What happens when kids seem to lose interest in Halloween as they grow older? It’s a scary reality check to one parent.
Fatherhood isn’t just something my dad did. It is something he taught me and we do together regardless of the miles between us.
I met a friend for coffee the other day. It’s something we try to do on a regular basis, which, […]
Life in America is not needing to explain to our kids what is meant by an active shooter or being in lockdown. It is a child’s quick, “I know.”
Fun was once more obvious, easier and tangible. With babies becoming teens, it has gone from abundance to a precious commodity.
Everything changes during your children’s teen years, for the kids and the parents. Both must learn to change and adapt with it.