2009-06-21

This one speaks for itself

Harried Mom Writer


Shout out to Debbie Ridpath Ohi for liccensing her works under Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.


2009-06-17

When no means yes

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The code for this doodle and other doodles you can use on your blog can be found at Doodles.


2009-06-11

A little Photoshop, anyone?

Have a look at the current cover of the Toronto Fun Guide to the right. Anything jump out at you? Anything at all?

Go on over to Joey's place and read about "City Hall’s Badly-Photoshopped Family."


2009-06-03

Oblivious vs hypercritical

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The code for this doodle and other doodles you can use on your blog can be found at Doodles.


2009-06-02

MLF&H: Kids too cool for name labels

mabel's icon on a Klean KanteenQuestion:

My child think's they're too old to have their name on their water bottle, but would like a way of easily identifying their bottle from their peers look alike bottles. (We still have some classic stickies with their name on them.)

Any thoughts?

Answer:
Simply cut the icon off the classic stickies you own. (Be sure to round the corners for longer lasting wear.) Decorate bottle as desired.

Also works with skinny-minis™.

Bonus answer:
If you have children with sibling-germ-a-phobia (as in, "Ewww, I don't want to drink from the bottle top if he's used it before, even though it's been thoroughly washed") consider taking a thin slice of the same colour label and using it to match bottles to bottle lids.