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Toy Maker’s Confidential Data About Thousands of Kids Exposed.

By David Robinson

Large Toy Maker’s Data is Hacked Christmas is almost here again. It’s time to get the kiddies Christmas lists from them and prepare to become Santa Claus for a night. If you haven’t already started, it’s time to start buying those Christmas #toys. Speaking of Christmas toys did you hear the latest news about educational […]

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Father’s Day

By David Robinson

Mid June is here, and summer has arrived. It’s time for all the great dads in the good ole U.S. of A.  to get their yearly  20 minutes of fame.  Father’s Day always reminded me of a low-budget version of Mother’s Day. Moms get all the glory. Maybe that’s the way it should be. After […]

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EBooks vs Books, What’s Best for Kids?

By David Robinson

We can never do too much when it comes to encouraging our kids to read. From the time, she first came home from the hospital; I started  reading to Day. Talking with my wife, I found out that she made the same choice and read to the boys from the time they were babies. I’m sure […]

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Fun With the Kids, Destination Chinatown, L.A.

By David Robinson

  One of my favorite places to visit in Los Angeles is Chinatown. With its mysterious shops and  many  restaurants, l always enjoy a trip to Chinatown. I first went there as a child while  on a trip from Kansas City, with my parents. I still remember that I felt like I was in China while […]

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Helping your child become a “smarter child”

By David Robinson

The very first time I looked at my child, I felt an unimaginable love for her. She was beautiful. I immediately began to make big plans for her. I wanted her to be a smarter child. After all, who doesn’t want to see their child become super successful? You know what I mean, invent the cure […]

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There’s no such thing as a free lunch.

By David Robinson

Last week got off to a rough start,  I missed a call from my daughter’s biology teacher. She left me a message saying that she  wanted to talk to me about her grade. This is her first year of high school so I was a little anxious. After listening to the message,  I talked to […]

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