I love reading the naming blogs, BUT I have to say my #1 pet peeve is when the “experts” advise not to use a name that is going to cause your child to spell it. I agree that very unusual spellings can make a name seem less “classy” but simple variations seem perfectly fine to me. Read More
Last year, I was volunteering in my daughter’s first grade class when a little boy told me a knock-knock joke.
Interrupting Cow, wh–
This was cute — the first 32 times, at least — so when I saw Interrupting Chicken on the shelf at our library, I thought of that joke and how much fun it was for the miniature comedian. Read More
This complete baby changing center has a bath tub, changing pad, and a bath stand, all in one unit.
The EuroSpa from Primo is also on wheels, so you can easily move it anywhere in your home.
The bath has two positions, either reclining for infants or sitting up a bit for toddlers. Read More
My husband and I have a last name ending in –er so I always said I would NEVER name a child something ending in –er to avoid the rhyming sound. Lately, I’ve been hung up on Trent and he’s liking Dexter…I actually don’t think it sounds as rhyming as a lot of other –er names and actually do like it, but I’m not sure I like the idea of telling our son we came up with his name from a serial killer on TV. Read More
Hi Jennifer!I’d love to hear your advice about blending my last name, Rothschild, (ROTH-child) with my fiance’s last name, Meyer (MY-er). The readily available options are Rothsmeyer and Meychild, (although we’d probably do Rothmeyer or Mychild, to spare our kids the trouble of spelling it over and over for people). Read More