Just as I adore my two children equally, I love each and every one of my PBS Parents Learning Activities. That said, this new one is pretty darn special to me. It’s a unique Women’s History Month Learning Activity that combines writing computer code and sharks as a way to […]
Matching dad/child superhero capes, brushing hair, campaigning for #AmazonFamilyUS, demanding changing tables in men’s public restrooms — all lightning rods of modern fatherhood. In most homes though, being a dad isn’t always Instagrammable and there are no hashtags capable of capturing the breadth of emotions, skills and tasks many dads […]
Win a family 4-pack of tickets to see The Pop Ups, The Not-Its, and Joanie Leeds & the Nightlights perform on Sunday, March 22nd 2015 from 11am – 1pm at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia during the WXPN Kids Corner Music Fest! This music fest is going to be amazing […]
OWTK has been in on the Skylanders phenomenon since day one, watching Activision grow the relatively unknown property from a single, inventive toys-to-life game in 2011 to a monolithic empire of trading cards, bedding, clothes, cereal, and of course more video games. Heck, in 2014 my family was on the […]
This young lady is destined to do remarkable things. She’s got that air about her. She’s the champion of the world. Someday, sooner rather than later, I’ll be known not as Jeff Bogle, but as this young lady’s dad, and I wait for that day with open arms.
I have no problem admitting it — I’m kinda crazy for George Clooney. He’s handsome, talented, funny, makes interesting film choices, and seems like a decent dude. If I ever find out he’s a Detroit Red Wings and/or Michigan State Spartans fan, that’ll be it, I’m going to push all […]
This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group®, Litter Genie® and Fancy Feast®, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #Catparents http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV In the pet parenthood game, as with most anything in life, there are winners and there are, well, non-winners. By […]
In December, I think I might have accidentally-on-purpose inspired a 3rd grader, which was weird because I’d never met the lad before and because I’m not usually the one doing the inspiring. Hey! I never did write about that amazing morning spent giving career day presentations. I will, soon. Thanks […]