What we worry most about in kids — lack of face-to-face connection, inability to speak publicly, etc. — may not matter in the nerd future.
My kids’ questions about COVID-19 have become more intricate, as have my fact versus fiction replies, during the holidays.
Basing a decision solely on happiness might be fine for minor things and terrible for life, but how often in life can one simply choose joy.
I wonder if teaching my son that nothing is out of reach, regardless of his skin color, is why the urgency of Black Lives Matter has waned in him.
Freshman football player wonders whether he should kneel during the national anthem. Here’s how his dad helped him make up his mind.
I have learned so much as a work at home dad during this lockdown — the key being I won’t be the same father if I return to working in an office.