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Oddly Normal is a ten-year old girl who is half witch.  Her dad is from Earth while her mom is from a magical land called Fignation.  The comic has aspects of The Wizard of Oz in addition to more contemporary fantasy elements.   Oddly Normal stands out as an all ages comic book because of a couple elements that no other comic currently has.

Oddly Normal #2

Oddly Normal #2 is an all ages fantasy comic with a heroine that’ll speak to young readers

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This is a sponsored post, all thoughts are our own. Spoiler alert: I’m a dad.  When you have children dressing up is more fun.  I marginally enjoyed dressing up in costume when we didn’t have children.  Now that there are small people around who really get into dressing up; it is more fun and I am super eager to get into costume with them this year.  Children think you’re hiding behind a 2” tree, put on a superhero costume and you will have them jumping for joy.

The two brothers

Life’s better in costume and documenting it is a must for all parents

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Family volunteering in Atlanta with The Nature Conservancy on October 25

October 22, 2014

All of them are with The Nature Conservancy. They’re teaming up with Trees Atlanta and Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve to improve the health of some of our trees. Volunteers will be planting grass, cleaning up parks, removing debris from waterways and more. The vast majority of these jobs are OK for children and this is a great opportunity for family volunteering in Atlanta.

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Kids not coping with sleeptime? The #BedTimeBattle has an ally with Elo Pillow #ad

October 21, 2014

If your child loves story time (see: All Kids love story time) and gets out of bed after story time the Elo Pillow is your ally with the #BedTimeBattle.

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Cirque Du Soleil’s #Amaluna drops your jaw and flips the plot a little

October 20, 2014

The latest show from Cirque du Soleil is Amaluna. It’s amazing, yet different from other shows you’ve seen. Playing at Atlantic Station until 11/30.

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Little Humans is Humans of New York, but with children-review & giveaway

October 20, 2014

Humans of New York is the very popular blog that spawned the book which shares the same name.  They both feature photos of people in New York City doing various things and includes short descriptions of the people or fascinating conversations.  The blog is difficult to turn away from.  You could scroll down for ages […]

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Animal Tales by Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke-it’s all ages music you want to hear

October 19, 2014

What is equally as surprising was how professionally played and musically adept Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke are. Prior to this release I grouped children’s music in the same rough category as Christmas albums; just because, well it’s Christmas and even when the artists aren’t trendy Christmas will always happen. Someone will always listen to bad Christmas music and people will always listen to sub-par children’s music, because well, children.

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The StoryTeller Witches #2 by Archaia continue to impress

October 18, 2014

The art alone in The StoryTeller Witches #2 tells a story. There are lots of spaces between panels and the blank space between the art helps tell the story. This is as beautiful a comic book as I’ve seen in a long time. When I was checking out the guy behind the cash register said, “oh, The StoryTeller Witches, I’ve heard that the art in that is brilliant”.

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