By Daddy Clay Monday, April 16th, 2012
Do you need a SuperNanny? Are you American? Then you might need America’s SuperNanny.
Sometimes, the most important step in getting your kids back on track is admitting that you have a problem on your hands. And as long as your admitting that you have a problem, why not admit it to the whole universe? Or the universe of basic cable, anyway.
The production company that creates the show is casting families now. Do you think that your family drama is cable ready, and you are looking to be Nannified? Then direct your attention to the information below. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: America's, Casting, Families, media, opportunities, Reality, Supernanny, Talent, tv Posted in Fatherhood |
By Daddy Clay Friday, April 6th, 2012
Would-be Reality Star SAHDs: the producers of American Idol, X-Factor, America’s Got Talent and a major cable network, are currently developing a show featuring stay-at-home fathers. They are looking for fathers with 2 or more children living in the Midwest area (which to them probably means not NYC or LA).
Criteria: Who: Stay-at-home fathers with 2 or more children Location: Midwest Online Application Process: Name: City: Phone: Email address: Your story: (how long have you been a stay at home dad, how has the adjustment been, what did you do before and what is a typical day like for you) Snapshot of entire family: Wife’s Profession: Any notable parenting groups or orgs you are part of: Please send your submissions or questions to: email@example.com
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Tags: American, American Idol, cable, dads, fathers, Idol, Networks, Producers, Reality, SAHDs, Stars, Talent, television, tv, Unscripted, XFactor Posted in DadLabs, Fatherhood |
By Daddy Troy Thursday, August 12th, 2010
When reality does not behave, humans listen.
In a previous life as a high school teacher, I used this technique a lot. I would show the kids a science demonstration that seemed to defy all laws of physics. Their rational brains would lock in, working hard to make sense of this new unreality. Learning ensued.
The opening scenes of both the Matrix and Inception use this same technique, compelling viewers to wake up and figure out a rational explanation behind that which defies common experience. The viewer is engaged.
Where do you go, movie man, once you realize the rules have changed? You create. Neo and Cobb learn to fly and fight by the new rules.
And so it goes with the physics of wooden blocks. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Reality, Tegu, Wodden Blocks Posted in activities |
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