For most of us in this strange new world of 2020, all of our children’s schooling is homework and we are suddenly thrust into the role of teacher.
I’m usually not opposed to a good prank.
My daughter pointed out that I was very much not prepared for a state-wide toilet paper shortage.
My youngest daughter has a little problem that could become a big one.
The day my youngest demanded privacy prompted a discussion on language.
Even in parenthood, the art of negotiation is a necessary skill.
She always will be, no matter how big she grows or how old she becomes.
My daughter wanted to know what she should do if she comes back as a ghost and her head can’t remember where her body was buried?
Life is short, and sharing in your child’s wonder and joy is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.
Guiding your child through independence often starts with finding the limits of what’s good to wear.
My daughter has plenty of time to decide. I know that her potential for greatness is there.
It began innocently enough. Monkey led tea parties are not entirely unusual around here.
February is coming to a close, the long road to spring becoming shorter by the day. This also means the end of “National Friendship Month.”
Winter freezes and snow have a different meaning when you are not 5-years-old.
He’s buying multiple valentines for a more respectable reason.
I love the fact that my daughter is defying stereotypes.