Here are my top five games guaranteed to help you find your rhythm with gameschooling and music education. Happy World Music Day!
Today is a very busy day. 30 April is both International Jazz Day. Unfortunately, right now we are a little limited in our ability to celebrate, party, and all that jazz. In fact, right now we are spending a lot more time inside and playing tabletop games. So I thought it […]
EB Games Expo likes your old stuff better than your new stuff (AKA Nostalgia Sells).
You are probably already aware of this one, and I’ll be honest – I really should have posted it last week. But to use a new catchphrase I am madly loving right now: You really should check out Dad and Buried (Facebook). His blog is equally as funny. Although he is not the EG Parent Award recipient […]
Damn her. Multi-levels of Hell, damn her. Sinister’s teacher has usurped me as the cool role-model in his life. And she did it in such a sneaky, underhanded way that I don’t know whether to smack her down with the wrath of EG Mum… Or congratulate her. How, I hear […]
Let’s stop for a moment and think about the power of the subconscious. One of the strongest ways to manipulate this is through song. Now, imagine you have an evil genius pair of mums with creative wit – and they are using the magic of music to flash your breasts. […]
Here’s a little background on Evil Genius Mum: I come from a long line of musicians. Talented musicians. Very talented. My only saving grace: the ‘music genes’ are usually accompanied by the ‘maths genes’. … Nope I’m screwed on that front too. But, it appears that Sinister and Nefarious have inherited the […]
There is only so much “Cars” story-telling I can take. EG Dad says “Cars 2” is just as bad, even if it is about spies and big badda-booms. However, there are limited CDs that EG Inc can agree on for the car. In fact, it’s a toss-up between the torture […]