My Kids Participated in the Global Cardboard Challenge and They Didn’t Even Know It

Last summer I attended a Google Apps for Educators workshop at Pinkerton Academy in New Hampshire. One of the videos they showed in the keynote address was Caine’s Arcade – if you’re not familiar with it, it’s well worth watching the following video: In a nutshell, Caine used his imagination, and a dash of creativity, […]




How to Build a Homemade Lego Table

I don’t have a lot of hobbies, but one that has carried over from my childhood is building with legos. My children have all inherited this “gene,” but each has a different variant. Emma loves to build kits and follow the instructions, but she’s not much for playing with them once they’re finished. Anders rarely […]




Move Over Elf on the Shelf, It’s Time to Bring Back Krampus!

It seems that blogging about the Elf on the Shelf is a requirement in the month of December. My Facebook feed has been littered with links to Elf posts that either A) document all of the hijinks that said Elf gets into, or B) explain how much the writer despises the Elf and the work […]