Through Their Eyes There are times when just looking at my sons makes me crumble. And it’s usually for the smallest things. The expressions they make, how they try out new words, and how their voices still sound babyish. For those tenderest moments, they slay me. How they kiss me goodbye when I go away…
Good Guys do Good Things While we try to limit the television our sons consume, the tube has already influenced their early interpretations of what is good and bad in the world. The shows they watch, for example, all have good and bad characters. Any show must have these elements—that’s the drama of storytelling. What’s…
A father admits to his discomfort with leaving his daughter in the care of a male nanny.
You can’t just dump your kids off and start drinking. What do you think this is, the Chuck E. Cheese?
This week, Dear John addresses surprise implants, nanny crushes, and collegiate cheating.
“Only a few times, she said, because Tara’s son had wanted to play hostage. He’d had a ball of twine and wanted to tie her to a chair.” By Sarah Malone