It’s official: thanks to Netflix, I am now a fan of the series Gilmore Girls. As of right now, 4:13 a.m., I am two-thirds of the way through Season 1 and want to move to a town like Stars Hollow. I need a Luke in my life with a diner where I can drink coffee… Continue reading In Which Kanga Is Getting To Know The Gilmore Girls
Is it strange to feel protective over someone else’s daughter? What if the parent in question is a top-tier celebrity? A clickbait site posted nine long-lens shots of Lourdes Leon wearing a bikini and titled it Madonna’s Daughter Parties on A Beach In A Tiny Bikini. Subheading? Is the daughter taking after her mom? Maybe,… Continue reading Hey! Razzos! Leave These Kids Alone!
It’s heartwrenching when a couple gets a divorce, and moreso when there are children involved. Celebrities by virtue of having Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie as parents, the six Jolie-Pitt kids have been on my mind more than usual, which is to say I ended a long-standing abandonment of gossip publications and gave their story… Continue reading In The #Brangelina Divorce, It’s Absolutely All About The Children
There is a recent article on Slate.com colloquially titled “A Lot of Mothers Regret the Names They Gave Their Children, According to a New Survey.” Normally, I’d skip that kind of bla-bla-SEO-whatever headline, but the featured Getty image of Princess Charlotte and her newborn cheeks lured me in faster than a rabbit happening upon a… Continue reading What Not To Name The Baby
What do you get when you combine a love of dinosaurs and Pokémon GO? An evening of fun at the Canadian Museum of Nature, of course! The eight PokéStops and gym are busy busy busy. Thankfully, there’s free Wi-Fi and charging stations to help the trainers out. I had some luck with winning in the… Continue reading InstaBlog: PoGO and D-I-N-Os!
It wasn’t that long ago when I blogged about being pleased with the decision that Sesame Workshop made to include a young girl – albeit in puppet form – with autism as a member of the family. And that’s what I believed we all were, children of the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s; in the eyes… Continue reading Bob, Gordon, and Luis Are People In My Neighbourhood