So by now, if you've read any of my other posts, you've probably figured out that I'm a bit sarcastic. Just a tad.
I'm also very curious, and thank the University of Toronto for my supposed "critical thinking." If this trait won't help me in my career, well heck - it will provide entertainment value for this blog.
That said, I am starting a series that is, no surprise, one that allows me to use that so-called "critical" approach to some of the more mundane aspects of parenting. Without further ado, I'm delving into the world of nursery rhymes. Yes, I am going there. Also part of this series in upcoming blog posts: deconstructing children's books, deconstructing children's songs, and deconstructing children's movies.
Growing up, you might remember a time in your life when the only thing scarier than the boogeyman was your dentist. Over the years, you grew to appreciate your dentist and his or her service to your dental health, however, it did take you some time to grow into that mentality. Give your kids a…