Jan 23, ’11 12:05 PM
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Important news: Jim Rendon, Williamsburg, Toddlertown, N.Y. Times, Jan. 21, 2011, at RE1.
Families are discovering that Williamsburg is much more than a playground for the postcollege, skinny-jeans set.
“You can go out in the neighborhood on a Friday night and feel sexy and single-ish,” Ms. Liebman says with a laugh. “And then wake up next morning with the kid and take him to the farmers’ market and the play center.”
Jan 23, ’11 9:28 AM
Six-year old girl: Mom! I want some triffles!
(tired mother ignores her)
Six-year old girl: Triffles, mom! Can I have some when we get home? Please, mom? I want triffles! Triffles, triffles, triffles!
Tired mother: What the hell is a triffle? I don’t even know what those are.
Six-year old girl: Yeah. Me neither.
(via Overheard in New York)