You thought you did a good job screening, but your last nanny turned out to be a nut. The husband and wife duo behind Otto & Lulu may not be able to help you find Mary Poppins, but they do know a thing about screening: Silk-screening, that is. Printed and dyed in a sprawling Port Richmond workspace, their line of tees is modern and fresh. Each shirt is adorned with bold images like astronauts, dinosaurs, and insects; even angels and roses are given a gutsy, updated treatment. Inky smudges add to the charm. It’s all a little offbeat, a smidge quirky, and totally unexpected. Qualities you definitely don’t want in your next nanny. Available at The Children’s Boutique, 1702 Walnut Street (215-732-2661 or echildrensboutique.com). LEARN Reiki for Kids What: Kids (ages 4-14) accompanied by family members or caregivers explore the Japanese technique of energy healing with movement, art, and games. Why: It’s a hands-on experience. When: Registration ends Wed. Classes start Sat. Where: The Reiki School and Clinic, 525 S. Fourth St., ste. 248. To register, call 215-238-0659 or e-mail email@example.com. SEE The Berenstain Bears’ Family Matters What: The grizzly storybook clan comes to life in this upbeat musical. Why: Claws and effect. When: Thru Apr. 18. Schedule online at walnutstreettheatre.org. Where: Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. (215-574-3550). Tickets online at ticketmaster.com. CREATE Pipe Cleaner Critters What: Miss Pat leads a free craft session for petite artists (ages 6 and up). Why: Bend the rules. When: Wed., 4 p.m. Where: Free Library of Philadelphia, Fumo Family Branch, 2437 S. Broad St. (215-685-1758).