Other Things Thursdays – Tic Tac Toe

This has been a game Krysta and I have play for most of the year.

Tick Tack Toe Give Me A High Give Me A Low Give me a three in a row

Johnny got hit by a U.F.O. (doing rock sizers paper)

Observation Tuesdays – iPhone and the kid’s descriptions

I do a few things on my iPhone that when the children describe them surprise the living daylights out of me.

Krysta said once when she wanted something demanded that I have to “put it in my phone”. I stood there dumbfounded. How could I do that? My phone is not a bag. . . . → Read More: Observation Tuesdays – iPhone and the kid’s descriptions

Exceptional Logic

Both the girls came up with beautiful, but annoying, logic statements on the weekend to justify their actions.

Teresa did not want to eat lasagne because lasagne is not real. It goes like this. Garfield likes lasagne. Garfield is a cartoon. Garfield is therefore not real. Therefore lasagne is not real. . . . → Read More: Exceptional Logic

Commenting Thursdays – 2011 June 2

I said: This is great. They need a tandem so mum and dad can pedal together.

Monbulk Preschool Concert 2010

The end of year concert for Monbulk Preschool. The kids went in before we did. I knew a bit of what would happen as I had been to the rehearsal. But still my position was not perfect and as the first attempt at a video shoot on the D60, I was not sure . . . → Read More: Monbulk Preschool Concert 2010

lest we forget

While it is important to remember the lessons of war, there are many others who have fought in Australia’s past for their way of life and what they believed in that also need to be remember.

Lest we forget the aborigines who sometimes fought the white invaders who came and took their land, and sometimes . . . → Read More: lest we forget

A terrible place for children

I used to do a bit of geocaching. When doing this, I’d take my camera around and take photos of the places we cached. Often the caches were in somewhere interesting to make the caching more interesting. But there was a down side. People, particularly in the hills district are fearful of people with cameras. . . . → Read More: A terrible place for children