Mar 6 2014
Your Kid’s Terrible T.V. Shows Make for Lovable Purim Costumes
This winter was rough. There is nothing like a Polar Vortex that can undermine a lifetime of painstakingly implemented household rules and limitations. That tight ship you run has long been sunk by a tidal wave of television shows. Well, … Continue reading
Mar 5 2014
The Kid-Dish: Pink’s Daughter Nurses Daddy To Health After Surgery
-This week’s adorable prize goes to Willow Hart, daughter of Pink and Carey, pictured on Instagram taking her dad’s temperature after back surgery–due to injuries sustained during his pro biking years. He also posted a pre-surgery photo of himself in a hospital bed … Continue reading
Mar 4 2014
Breaking News: ScarJo is Preggers! Mazal Tov!
We called it! In 2010, though she was not yet a mom, Scarlett managed to make Kveller’s Top 20 Most Stylish Jewish Mommies in History. Suzie Felber wrote: She grew up without much money in New York City, is GQ’s woman … Continue reading
Feb 28 2014
Not Quite Ready For the Oscars this Sunday? We Got You Covered
Been too busy wiping snotty noses, murdering Caillou and pairing mismatched mittens to make it to the movies this winter? Don’t worry, this gaggle of talented kids has your back.
Feb 26 2014
The Kid-Dish: Jason Biggs’ Boy Gets Snipped!
All the Jewish celebrity parent gossip you (n)ever wanted to know. -It’s a boy! Jason Biggs, who describes himself on Twitter as “Jewiest looking non-Jew,” consistently gets cast in super Jewish roles, despite being Roman Catholic. His actress wife Jenny … Continue reading
Feb 19 2014
Does Barbie Really Belong in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition?
It’s a match made in Barbie doll heaven. Each year, in time for summer, Sports Illustrated features in its annual swimsuit edition bikini-clad bombshells with doll-like faces and Barbie-esque proportions. Well, this year the magazine is making waves (pun intended) … Continue reading
Feb 13 2014
Two School Administrators Announce Snow Day With Best Rap Ever
Despite the apocalyptic weather conditions, New York City schools were OPEN today (because we’re crazy), but just about everywhere else in the country, flights were canceled, highways were gridlocked, and kids enjoyed a national snow day–even in North Carolina, which … Continue reading
Feb 13 2014
Forget the Sochi Games–We’re Watching the Shoshi Games
We love “Girls.” Lena Dunham‘s hit HBO show epitomizes the New York City, mid-20s, struggling writer/artist experience. One of the most exaggerated, but lovable (and Jewish!) characters of the show is the neurotic, OMG-dropping, Camp-Ramah-going Shoshanna Shapiro. Aside from her … Continue reading
Feb 7 2014
What Does the Fox ACTUALLY Say?
At this point, every child in America has danced to Ylvis’ “What Does the Fox Say?” You may have even seen the children’s book version in stores. I am not ashamed to admit that I know the lyrics by heart … Continue reading
Feb 5 2014
Genetic Testing of Embryos Raises Big Ethical Questions
A gut-wrenching story in the New York Times this week details the difficult decisions of Amanda Baxley who, immediately after discovering she was a carrier of a gene which leads to Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker disease, vowed to never have children. Buxley learned … Continue reading