By Jason Greene
Kids in NYC have reminders of the Sept. 11 tragedy over every shoulder so I did not hesitate to bring my own to see the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum.
Some are uncomfortable with a boy painting his nails or wearing pink, but they don’t have the right to force others to conform to their ideals.
Filed Under: gender
Sometimes you just need the kids to shut up or go to sleep, and what you have been told is the wrong thing to do works out all right for the both of you.
Filed Under: parenting styles
By Niel Vuolo
The playground was filled with kids running, swinging and laughing. The kind of joy that was snuffed out almost six years ago.
Summer once was simple, energy, socializing, exploration. Now it’s mundane. It’s the workday grind. It’s the concern about bills. It’s the lack of time.
Filed Under: work-life balance
Early-bird rates for tickets, hotel rooms to the Sept 13-15, 2018, at-home dad conference in Orlando, Fla., expire in mid-August so buy them now.
Filed Under: at-home parents
By Pete Cataldo
The dirty little secret: Babies don’t need all of that technology and other stuff to have a good time. Don’t let marketing hype, guilt suck you in
Filed Under: gear
- “Oh, He’s a Girl.” Talking to Kids About Gender Experience, Identity
- Oh, the Many Things Your Children Will Bring Home from School
- Summer is Dead, Long Live Summer: A Back-to-School Story
- Remembering Being a Child Can Help You be a Better Parent
- Sibling Rivalry Overcome with a Future Gift from Your Children’s Past