With two little boys running around the house, germs are a constant factor we are combating. Currently both boys have a virus and are running fevers of 100+ with sore throats…so this seemed like a good week to install a KOHLER Touchless “No Touch Flush” system and see how it worked. Max (3) is potty […]Read more "Product Review: KOHLER’s Touchless Toilet Flush Kit"
After 10 days of vacation in the Caribbean I had to laugh when Max (almost 3) was more excited about flying home because we got to go on two airplanes and see the astronaut in the Atlanta airport (its in the TGI Fridays in the E Terminal). That’s kids. Like my 10-month-old Dodge, playing with […]Read more "Parenting Kids On Planes"
After the Poo-Poo Potty Party for our two-year-old’s first poop on the potty Tuesday, we put the tools into action this week to help get Max inspired. My wife, Kate, downloaded and printed some free potty training charts from a site we liked, put up the cork boards I bought, and instigated the incentive plan […]Read more "Potty Training Tools"
Girls develop faster than boys which can be frustrating at school when going through potty training. All the girls are making potty training progress in the bathroom while the boys are hiding in the corner behind a ficus tree grunting out a chicken nugget steamer into their pee-laden diapers. Or…is that just my two-year-old? We bought […]Read more "Potty Training: The Poo-Poo Potty Party"
Friday was Max’s first flight and Kate and I were confident he would do well. He’s 6 weeks old, very calm, and we are both seasoned travelers. Friends, family, and blog readers sent in tips and advice on my last post (read here), which Kate and I used quite successfully on our trip to Chicago. We […]Read more "A newborn, a plane, and food poisoning."