My 5-year-old stares at me, not really comprehending what this means. Unless it’s candy or a shot to my balls, […]
Our boys have always shared a bedroom, but now as teenagers they want their own space. How does the split change the dymanic of their lifelong relationship?
Getting children to go to bed can be tough. But sometimes, when the evening feels right, it’s not a fight worth having.
There ain’t no party like a sleepover party because a sleepover party don’t stop. Seriously, it just goes on forever, no matter how old your kids may be.
Siblings are one thing; brothers, that’s just has a whole different, deeper bond — potential best friend and biggest rival for all of your life.
I want for my sons comfortable enough with their relationship to skip the awkward formalities a long time of being apart sometimes brings.