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Video Games: Wizard 101

Video Games: Wizard 101

Growing up, my step-father was a computer engineer. He taught me how to put together a computer and program my own games by the time I was 8 years old. When I was 14, I was the only person I knew with a computer in their home, and we had 3. I took to the(…)

Technology

Food Truck Bazaar

Food Truck Bazaar

In our continuation to expose the kids to good food and different types and tastes, we took them to a food truck bazaar this weekend. What is a food truck bazaar you ask? Well let me tell you! From The Daily City’s blog (they have organized 4 of these events so far): Sunday dinner is(…)

Video Games: Wizard 101

Video Games: Wizard 101

Growing up, my step-father was a computer engineer. He taught me how to put together a computer and program my own games by the time I was 8 years old. When I was 14, I was the only person I knew with a computer in their home, and we had 3. I took to the(…)

Atlantis, repost of her second to last launch

Atlantis, repost of her second to last launch

Today the very last shuttle was launched – Atlantis. In honor of the last shuttle flight, we have a guest post from my husband, who was lucky enough to be involved in one of NASA’s tweetups (May 16, 2010). Coincidentally, the May launch also happened to be Atlantis. Atlantis Launch, STS-132 Of all the departments(…)

Outdoors

Treasure Hunting (Geocaching)

Treasure Hunting (Geocaching)

If you love the outdoors, it is only natural to teach your children about its wonders. Geocaching offers you a great way to do just that. It’s a high-tech treasure hunt that can help engage your kids in the natural world. Geocaching uses a GPS handheld device to find where items are hidden by their(…)