reasonsmysoniscrying:

The publisher made a trailer showing some images from the US version of the book - available now for preorder at all book ordering places and in stores on April 1st!  It’s so fun seeing this all come together!

Laugh your face off, then order a copy for every parent you know! 

The follow-up to DADS ARE THE ORIGINAL HIPSTERS, Brad Getty’s I WAS AN AWESOMER KID, based on his new Tumblr blog of the same name, it chronicles the thrill of being a kid while taking a nostalgic look at what adults can learn from their younger selves.

micropolisnyc:

All I seek is a delicious, homemade Malian meal in Harlem. Simple enough, no? Actually, friend, it’s rather hard.
I visit, repeatedly, this home on 128th street — the home of Fatima. Fatima is from Mali. Those kids, I’m pretty sure, are kids that she babysits now and then. Cute, right?
Aicha is 11. Mady and Bedou are 3. I got them to stick their head through the window so I could take a picture.

Don’t you wish your job was to take pictures of cute kids and eat delicious homemade food? Live vicariously though Arun, an awesome WNYC culture reporter. micropolisnyc:

All I seek is a delicious, homemade Malian meal in Harlem. Simple enough, no? Actually, friend, it’s rather hard.
I visit, repeatedly, this home on 128th street — the home of Fatima. Fatima is from Mali. Those kids, I’m pretty sure, are kids that she babysits now and then. Cute, right?
Aicha is 11. Mady and Bedou are 3. I got them to stick their head through the window so I could take a picture.

Don’t you wish your job was to take pictures of cute kids and eat delicious homemade food? Live vicariously though Arun, an awesome WNYC culture reporter. micropolisnyc:

All I seek is a delicious, homemade Malian meal in Harlem. Simple enough, no? Actually, friend, it’s rather hard.
I visit, repeatedly, this home on 128th street — the home of Fatima. Fatima is from Mali. Those kids, I’m pretty sure, are kids that she babysits now and then. Cute, right?
Aicha is 11. Mady and Bedou are 3. I got them to stick their head through the window so I could take a picture.

Don’t you wish your job was to take pictures of cute kids and eat delicious homemade food? Live vicariously though Arun, an awesome WNYC culture reporter. micropolisnyc:

All I seek is a delicious, homemade Malian meal in Harlem. Simple enough, no? Actually, friend, it’s rather hard.
I visit, repeatedly, this home on 128th street — the home of Fatima. Fatima is from Mali. Those kids, I’m pretty sure, are kids that she babysits now and then. Cute, right?
Aicha is 11. Mady and Bedou are 3. I got them to stick their head through the window so I could take a picture.

Don’t you wish your job was to take pictures of cute kids and eat delicious homemade food? Live vicariously though Arun, an awesome WNYC culture reporter. micropolisnyc:

All I seek is a delicious, homemade Malian meal in Harlem. Simple enough, no? Actually, friend, it’s rather hard.
I visit, repeatedly, this home on 128th street — the home of Fatima. Fatima is from Mali. Those kids, I’m pretty sure, are kids that she babysits now and then. Cute, right?
Aicha is 11. Mady and Bedou are 3. I got them to stick their head through the window so I could take a picture.

Don’t you wish your job was to take pictures of cute kids and eat delicious homemade food? Live vicariously though Arun, an awesome WNYC culture reporter. micropolisnyc:

All I seek is a delicious, homemade Malian meal in Harlem. Simple enough, no? Actually, friend, it’s rather hard.
I visit, repeatedly, this home on 128th street — the home of Fatima. Fatima is from Mali. Those kids, I’m pretty sure, are kids that she babysits now and then. Cute, right?
Aicha is 11. Mady and Bedou are 3. I got them to stick their head through the window so I could take a picture.

Don’t you wish your job was to take pictures of cute kids and eat delicious homemade food? Live vicariously though Arun, an awesome WNYC culture reporter.

micropolisnyc:

All I seek is a delicious, homemade Malian meal in Harlem. Simple enough, no? Actually, friend, it’s rather hard.

I visit, repeatedly, this home on 128th street — the home of Fatima. Fatima is from Mali. Those kids, I’m pretty sure, are kids that she babysits now and then. Cute, right?

Aicha is 11. Mady and Bedou are 3. I got them to stick their head through the window so I could take a picture.

Don’t you wish your job was to take pictures of cute kids and eat delicious homemade food? Live vicariously though Arun, an awesome WNYC culture reporter.