Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes of your children’s favorite shows? Well, wonder no more — we have hunted down little-known fun facts about these shows in our latest feature, “The Laughing Stork’s Pop-Up Video (Stills)!” Popping up this week: Yo Gabba Gabba.
The media is all atwitter because Kate Middleton may have slipped and revealed her baby’s gender. Yes, as the Duchess accepted a teddy bear from a well-wisher, she reportedly said, “‘I will take that for my d…” before stopping herself. And, while everybody is hoping she intended to say “daughter,” we argue that there are other totally logical possibilities:
Immediately after giving birth, many celebrity moms stare into their beautiful newborn’s eyes and think: “Oh, my gawd — I have to get ready for my ‘HOW I GOT MY BODY BACK!’ magazine shoot!” It really should be a top priority, which is why we at The Laughing Stork have thoughtfully prepared a guide to help famous moms get ready for these all-important magazine covers.
1. DO request a healthy amount of retouching “assistance.”
In case any of your pre-teen daughters are looking for a heartfelt story about losing a best friend…
Although it’s become trendy for A-list celebrities to lend their voices to animated movies, we rarely hear about the celebrities behind cartoon characters on television. Let’s see if you know the famous faces behind these small screen characters:
1. The man who provides the squawk for Skully — the small parrot lookout who helps foil Captain Hook’s plans in Jake and the Never Land Pirates — isn’t so Scary, after all. [Answer here]
2. The girl behind the whine of Phineas & Ferb tattle tale, Candace, has said good-bye to “High School.” [Answer here]
Because mouse parents worry, too…
Hey, don’t judge. Everybody potty trains at their own pace.
Before the leaked sex tapes, weird Twitter rants and mansions on each coast, celebrities were just sweet, innocent babes — yes, it’s true! See if you can guess the famous faces behind these baby/kid photos…
Click on the pictures for the answers:
Now that my daughter is three, she has opinions on pretty much everything — from what she wears to the songs I’m allowed to sing (not many). So I thought I would collect her opinions on something that really matters: what the stars wore to the Oscars. Our conversations went something like this:
Naomi Watts in Armani Prive
ME: Oh, wow. She looks stunning.
THREE-YEAR-OLD: Not good.
ME: What? Why?
THREE-YEAR-OLD: She looks like a robot! (Falls into fit of giggles.)
There were plenty of eyebrow-raising moments at last night’s Oscars. Here are just a handful of the many celebrities we thought deserved to have a note sent home, not unlike the notes that teachers may send home with our children…
When our young kids hear the titles of some of the movies up for Best Picture on Sunday, this is probably what they’re imagining…