Are You My Typeface? is Typography for Toddlers

Are You My Type Face Jesse Austin-Breneman

Toddlers are at an age where they want to classify everything, and teaching them to classify typefaces has the built in advantage of teaching them to read at the same time: the word literally means what it looks like. Continue reading

Dos and Don’ts of Air Travel: Toddler Edition (GeekDad Wayback Machine)

Having recently returned from a trip across the country, I’ve encountered lots of tantruming children and desperate parents. Though this time I went solo, I thought I would share some suggestions for making travel less torture, especially with toddlers. While … Continue reading

Parents, It’s Time to Engage

I was listening to the radio while taking my daughter to preschool, and heard a discussion about new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics regarding TV and screen time. This topic was already covered in more depth last week … Continue reading

Dos and Don’ts of Air Travel: Toddler Edition

Having recently returned from a trip across the country, I’ve encountered lots of tantruming children and desperate parents. Though this time I went solo, I thought I would share some suggestions for making travel less torture, especially with toddlers. While … Continue reading