Sesame Street's newest parody won't be fully relevant for your kids, but they can learn something about the concept of "upside down" while you snicker at the absurdity of Downton Abbey's Dowager Countess in puppet form.
When the question of renting came up, my husband offered to let them live with us. So we sat down to talk about what this would look like. Our most important concerns came out first.
Watch this while I cut my son's PBJ into triangles.
While preparing for an overnight boating and camping trip, and my husband puttering around with fishing poles while I packd clothes, prepared food, and checked lists, I drew this.
Of all my tools to combat depression and negativity, humor is by far the most fun.
Interview Joel McHale? Um, yeah! The Community actor opens up about farts, poo and all things related to fatherhood. And we talk about comedy and his career, too.