Everything changes during your children’s teen years, for the kids and the parents. Both must learn to change and adapt with it.
Knock, Knock: Conversations with My Teenage Daughter, the Post-Millennial
Most conversations with teenage post-millennial daughter start with me knocking on her bedroom door. It usually doesn’t get better from there. Until it does.
The New Language of Parenthood
My daughter has been responsible for increasing my vocabulary in a way that would have impressed William Shakespeare, or better yet, Dr. Seuss.
Baby’s First Fighting Words
Science claims babies say “dada” before “mama” because it’s easier for their little mouths to pronounce. I call “BS!”
Stuttering: Fearing the Worst With My Child’s Speech
I am a stutterer. My wife used to be a stutterer. When we noticed our 2-year- old began stuttering really badly, we began to worry.
Today, After Long Speech Delay, My Daughter Said Her Name
Father revels in daughter’s speech delay finally coming to an end with her saying, for the first time, her own name.