A peach, like a child, is precious and often vulnerable. As children age, parents can no longer handle them like an egg in our hands.
Children’s Future Depends on How We Help Rewrite Their Script
Whenever I feel frustrated with fatherhood, I hit the pause button, and then rewind to see how I could change my children’s future.
Why I Love Secretly Observing My Children Play Tennis
Quietly observing my kids play and enjoy tennis, the sport I love, helps me see that I must be doing some things right as a parent.
Helicopter Parent’s Memo About Those Children You Will Be Hosting
My children require constant care and maintenance. And it’s you turn to play mechanic for this helicopter parent, bubbie.
Have You Become Your Mother (or Father)? A Spring Break Tornado Story
At certain times, we all tend to “become” our father or mother. For the author, a tornado temporarily turned him into a helicopter parent like his mother.
Which Parenting Style? Why Not a Little of This, a Little of That
Many a hardcore parenting style sounds really, really good in theory. But then again, in theory, communism also sounds pretty awesome.