The cynical crayon

I'm Cynical,mostly facetious,always bespectacled & hilarious. This where I chronicle the trials and tribulations of life as a stay at home mom.

OK lets not oversell, my friends think that I'm funny; Is that like having your mom say you're pretty?

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Can you tell me how to get,

How to get to Sesame Street…

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Ouch! Charlie bit my finger. Just kidding, I cut myself yesterday but it really hurts. 

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This is so incredibly perfect, that words simply cannot express how much I love it! I really enjoy Pentatonix but these are the songs of my childhood updated,with a smooth acapella sound. 

Thank you Sesame street, for still being awesome after all these years!

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C is for Cookie and F is for friendship

We’re different, We’re the the same and we’re all wonderful!
My kids love this book! The colourful images and cute rhymes teach children that despite our differences, we are all the same on the inside. This is a great way to help answer questions about race and why some people look different from themselves. This simple story encourages racial harmony and diversity.
 Initially my kids were excited to read this book because it featured their favourite Sesame street characters. Once we started reading it they liked looking at the pictures of different shapes of eyes,noses,body types and fur.
This a great book for interracial families and anyone who wants to introduce their children to the subject of race.

We’re different, We’re the the same and we’re all wonderful!

My kids love this book! The colourful images and cute rhymes teach children that despite our differences, we are all the same on the inside. This is a great way to help answer questions about race and why some people look different from themselves. This simple story encourages racial harmony and diversity.

Initially my kids were excited to read this book because it featured their favourite Sesame street characters. Once we started reading it they liked looking at the pictures of different shapes of eyes,noses,body types and fur.

This a great book for interracial families and anyone who wants to introduce their children to the subject of race.

This book is a classic! My Mom read this to me when I was little. Grover spends the whole book fearing the monster at the end of the book. He begs,pleads and uses every trick up his sleeve to prevent the reader from turning the page.

In the end the Monster at the end of the book is loveable,furry old Grover.

My kids love this book and I love reading it to them. If you haven’t read it already I suggest you check it out. 

"Mommy why does Oscar have a heart in his mouth?" My 2 1/2 year old son after staring curiously at his baseball cap.

I remember watching this on Sesame Street when I was little. This is exactly what I do when I am trying to remember something.

Often times when I am racking my brain, trying desperately to remember things, this video pops into my head. This doesn`t help to jog my memory, but it still puts a smile on my face.

One day I will need to remember to buy a loaf of bread, a container of milk and stick of butter; And on that day I`ll have Sesame street to thank.