Archive for ‘children’

March 20, 2017

Twins Having Fun

by duncanr

concerned that their 2 year old twin boys, Andrew and Ryan, always seemed tired in the morning, Jonathan and Susana Balkin installed a camera in the twin’s bedroom to find out what was keeping them awake during the night – turns out the toddlers would rather play than sleep . . .

March 10, 2017

Working from Home Fail

by duncanr
November 2, 2016

Toddler Pulled Over for Reckless Driving

by duncanr

a motorist was pulled over by police in China for driving a car with no Licence, Tax or Insurance the wrong way during rush hour traffic

October 24, 2016

SickKids vs Undeniable

by duncanr

Toronto’s ‘Hospital for Sick Kids’ – http://www.sickkidsfoundation.com/#/ has produced a positive, uplifting promotional/campaigning video featuring real staff, real patients, and real parents

October 2, 2016

Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes

by duncanr
September 28, 2016

Unrequited Love

by duncanr

I know the feeling . . .

kiss-cam

[rather obviously ‘staged’ but still funny]

September 18, 2016

The Days Before Paranoia Set In

by duncanr

old film footage recalls a time when kids were allowed to play outside, unsupervised, before parental paranoia about paedophiles round every corner and concern about social services involvement should the little darlings fall and skin their knee or stub their toe limited that freedom . . .

August 9, 2016

Wait for It . . .

by duncanr

flower girl – hotly pursued by mum – makes dash for freedom during wedding ceremony . . .

June 19, 2016

A Special Dad

by duncanr

my Father’s Day pressie from the two youngest grandkids was a box of dates . . .

fathers day dates

and a card

I was impressed – aged 9 month and 2.1/2 yr, their handwriting and spelling is better than mine !

no doubt lots of dads will be getting presents today from their kids but if all this dad’s daughters give him a present the Indian postal service will collapse under the strain – http://tinyurl.com/z3466ge

May 25, 2016

The Arrival

by duncanr

while waiting to meet someone in a cafe, a woman ponders a decision she soon must make . . .