Max’s friend, Noah, was describing band practice at school the other day. This picture is for Noah who wrote all the words to this cartoon.
“It’s a story that always ends up with you saying to yourself, ‘I probably should not have said that,’” begins medical illustrator Elisa. Ohhh yeaaahhh. The mother of two from Florida shares one of those instances where time is suspended, and disaster
Face-offs with the other parent—ooohhhh those quintessential awkward moments of parenthood, where you wish your kid hadn’t done that… The tale of Rumpus King Gavin comes from the Land Down Under. Graphic artist Lana in Brisbane is the mother of two
What’s the difference between lying and pretending, and how many shades exist in between the two? NYC-based filmmaker Secil gives us July’s Rumpus Queen as she tells Melody’s tale. Thanks for sharing, Secil! Miss M was in pre-K at a Montesorri school
We’ve got a Royal Rumpus pair for July. Pediatrician Kathy from Texas, shares with us this bath time tale… My two boys are 4 years apart, and I remember thinking as I fell asleep one day that I have turned into one
For the month of June, Konga Line crowns Sophia as Queen of the Rumpus party. Well played, my Queen, well played. Thanks for sending, Michelle! While potty training my 2 1/12 yr old girl she decided she wanted to watch
One of the most amazing sounds—right up there with Beethoven’s compositions and thunder—is the rare hush in a kindergarten classroom of 25 sticky, fidgety bodies with a lot to say. How do teachers DO that: tame them into brief silence?? Sometimes the thoughts that emerge
Once a month Konga Line shall crown one wonderfully beastly girl Rumpus Queen and one gloriously beastly boy Rumpus King. Send in stories of your little goblins for a chance at the crown. If your mini-monster is named Rumpus Royalty, I’ll post