Vets, forts and mash-ups

What he wants to be when he grows up: A vet. With a vet car. One who teaches pets tricks and shows up for emergencies. And his friends Rowan and Mateo will be his vet assistants.


After a camp trip to the Old Stone House in Park Slope, which was once the location of fierce fighting in the Revolutionary War, Charlie came home to tell us that soldiers had used the house as a “force field.”


He says: “I’ve got a mixed-up.”

And then proceeds to sing a mash-up of “Rudolph” and “Frosty.”


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