This past weekend, I found a yellow Hilroy notebook filled with bad poetry I wrote when I was ten. One of the poems was about my sister, Patti. I’ve posted A Poem for My Sister, circa 1981 at StuffKidsWrite.com. Get ready for political incorrectness…
Today at the blog I co-edit with Chase McFadden, we’re featuring a marriage proposal by a six-year-old. Go check it out at Stuff Kids Write. If it doesn’t make you want to marry off your daughter or niece, it’ll make you smile.
I remember watching episodes of Who’s the Boss. I even thought Tony Danza was cute. Well, times change. And most of us know who’s the boss in our households. Or do we? Head over to Stuff Kids Write to see what Tamara Lunardo’s seven-year-old daughter has to say about this very question. Simply click HERE […]
Today, StuffKidsWrite.com features some (more) of William’s writing that he has carved into various objects. Please click the image above or HERE to read and comment on his exploits.
A few days ago, I posted my ineptitude as a daughter and a wife when it comes to Father’s Day. Well, today I am pleased to present to you a heartwarming poem written by a fantastic boy named Cameron. If the poem doesn’t remind you of all that is good in the world, then the […]
ANNOUNCEMENT 1: Wednesday, June 1 is School Photo Day for bloggers. Join KB at Keenie Beanie, Clay at EduClaytion, me, and others as we post an embarrassing school picture from days gone by. Feel free to steal the above graphic if you wish to promote it. If you don’t wish to participate, just drop by […]
Sunday was one of those weird timing days. My partner at StuffKidsWrite.com, Chase McFadden, was preparing a post for Monday morning. The submission was a humorous letter (to a butterfly) that was written by the son of our blogging friend, Amy Stevens, who lives in Joplin, Missouri. I likely needn’t say more. Most of you […]
If you want to laugh and to read brilliant humour writing, go check out When Kids Try Hot Sauce at StuffKidsWrite.com. The piece is penned by Lloyd, this history dude I met while working on a student newspaper at university. Lloyd was the entertainment guru, the one who made everyone laugh, both in person and […]