In the beginning of my "career" as a video game junkie in the late 70s there was no Playstation or Xbox. Back then, avid arcade players like me had to settle for what are now […] Read More >>
A Miami family of five is about to embark on what might be this century’s epic U.S. family road trip. Starting on Father’s Day, PapiBlogger.com founder and father of three Manny Ruiz, his wife Angela and their children Briani (1), Elena (6) and Jonathan (10) will embark on a 10,000-mile PapiBlogger Family Road Trip that will circle the four corners of the continental United States.
My two older kids Jonathan (10) and Elena (6) have already eaten more foods from more countries than most adults will ever try in their entire lifetime. If you didn't know them before they first […] Read More >>
My wife, kids and I were recently at a local park's chocolate festival when something stunning happened to my one year-old Briani. As my son Jonathan took his little sister near a donkey that a […] Read More >>
PapiBlogger couldn't help but showcase this clever new commercial from Huggies. Enjoy […] Read More >>
The first word my one year old daughter Briani learned was "papa." The first one she learned to fear was "cuna." For those who are Spanish-language challenged, "cuna" means crib. In my house and outside […] Read More >>
This is an exceptional family video we compiled following the Ruiz Family's great Costa Rica vacation in 2009.
Tengo bastantes trucos en lo que se refiere al asunto de “mala conducta y castigos” para los niños; pero hoy quiero hablar de un truco muy práctico que aprendí hace varios años en una clase de paternidad. Se trata del ´truco del grito silencioso´.
In this classic video from 2008, my then four year old Elena whacks her brother and shows why she's no wimpy push over girl.
This post will show you how to responsibly show your kids certain R-rated movies. It will help you exhibit many borderline R-rated movies that you wish you could show your kids except for those parts that you wish weren't in the movie you want them to see.