Kid birthday parties where the parent has to stay are the worst. It’s usually two hours of awkward small talk while sitting in a tiny chair.
Just Wait Until You Read About Parents Invalidating Each Other!
We’ve become entrenched in our own need to be the most right, the greatest martyr, and along the way we’ve lost our empathy.
Time Flies, Parents: Spend More of it Wisely with Your Kids
We get consumed being chauffeur, chef and secretary for our children that we forget to just have fun with them before the time flies past.
Judging Other Parents Brings Smug Satisfaction, Regret
I’d crack wise and witty about your laziness, judging how you’d rather keep your toddler distracted than have to actually engage and be present as a parent.
A Good Parent Questions Himself While a Bad One Judges Others
Judgment from other parents is obnoxiously redundant. Every decent parent already constantly questions his own parenting.
Overscheduled Children Miss Life’s Sidelines
A child’s schedule can fill up quickly. How do you decide which activities make the cut?