Weekly Web Round-Up: Week of February 22, 2013
The award season culminates this weekend with the Oscars on Sunday. Have you seen all the nominated films? Do you have you ballots filled out? If you’re still looking for a little inspiration on who to pick as your winners, or if you haven’t seen a few films, check out these descriptions from a 7-year-old (based on the movies’ posters). They’ll definitely help you choose your winners.
In other Oscar related news, the blog Don’t Call Me Oscar posts photos of children dressed and posed like the characters from Oscar-nominated films. Our favorite? Mary Toddler Lincoln.
Has your tween/teen been invited to a bar/bat mitzvah yet? Has your child had his or hers? Was the invitation incredible? Check out Daniel’s bar mitzvah save the date.
Do you love Downton Abbey as much as we do? It seems everyone is obsessed, and what better way to talk about it than comparing Downton characters to Disney characters? That’s exactly what Babble’s Pilar Clark did, and she is spot on!
Do you have a list of things you think you need to teach your kids? What about what others should teach their kids? No, this isn’t a “we’re right, you’re wrong” guide to parenting. Tom Burns of The Good Men Project compiled his humorous, sincere, and practical list of “25 Things I Think Every Dad Should Teach His Kids.”
19. Debt is evil and oppressive. If you’re going to go into debt for something, make sure it’s worth it.
20. On a related topic, a college education is worthless if you don’t know how to properly use an apostrophe with the letter “s.”
21. Science both answers questions and keeps discovering new questions to ask. This is why science is awesome.