A dad’s gotta do what a dad’s gotta do.
If so, then you need to tell him!
Of course, kids believe babies come from Star Wars.
You can help your child “escape” bullying, simply by encouraging them to talk to you.
All you need are some simple supplies, a little imagination, and a competitive edge to bring them to life!
Be a part of a new anti-bullying initiative from GMP
1. IDENTIFY YOUR TIME SUCKERS Every one of us does one, or two, or a few things each day that sucks up our time. Think time wasters, like scrolling your phone, or looking for something to watch, browsing, or “checking in, or up” on the intangibles (your Fantasy Draft, your e-mail, your social media feeds).…
“Do you have any rooms available tonight?” my dad inquired as I stood by his side. It was the summer of 1976 and my father proclaimed that there was no better time than the bicentennial year to crisscross the country on a coast-to-coast journey; squeezing in the sites, logging hundreds of miles before sunset,…
There is no one answer, no one way of doing things. Life is choice and balance. Gregory Tapler talks how to explain this to your kids.
My admiration goes out to those who have the patience to teach driver education.
Who’s my daddy?
If you’ve ever been depressed, you’ll know what I mean.
No one was harmed during his protest. So, why are people condemning an African American for practicing the first amendment?
Once upon a time when my kids were little, I heard a theory I have never forgotten. That we should never label our kids as anything. Not even a good girl, not even a sweet boy. Definitely none of the antonym variety. It made me wonder about the effects of what our kids pick up…
We need to release the idea that ‘being a man’ entails a specific checklist to be fulfilled.
Watch these little ones rouse their fathers in the most adorable ways.