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.
Family breaks are a great way to have fun together and make some memories that will last a lifetime, but choosing a city break in the US can also help your family to learn and grow together. With a large selection of cultural destinations on offer across the country, parents are spoiled for choice when it…