Because I’m willing to admit our marriage isn’t perfect.
You are hearing me love my kids. You are hearing my kids love each other. You are hearing them love their environment. You are hearing me teach them about showing love to strangers.
Boys are just as important as girls.
LIfe is going to be busy and hard, so why not laugh my stress away?
The best relationships are those that are a perfectly imperfect balance of two people.
There are both risks and benefits to parenting with sarcasm.
They happen at the workplace and they happen in schools, so why don’t they happen at home?
Sometimes when you are knee-deep in a relationship or a marriage, you lose sight of one another.
We don’t really want to alienate people just because we are parents, right?
What can tragedies and near-tragedies teach us?
How can parents approach parenting in the most constructive and productive way?
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How can parents find balance between having control and giving it up?
How can you raise a child with intelligence, leadership skills, experience, and a steady moral compass?
How can we understand and support our high-intensity children?
How can you step out of your comfort zone for those challenging talks with your children?