Now is not the time to be skeptical of science. Here’s how to fact check what you read online and raise science-literate children.
Here’s why we stay at hotels: Physically removing my ability to do anything forced me to relax and removed any guilt for doing so.
How are we going to help those who need intense treatment regain some of their dignity and autonomy? How will we give them agency while ensuring their safety?
There are few things kids love more than making others happy. Here are some easy and thoughtful acts of kindness for kids (and for you!).
At our house, bedtime is torture for everyone involved. My five-year-old has night fears. I get it, and I feel for him. I do. But thank goodness I had a lightning strike idea finally.
When my youngest started kindergarten, I held a parade. I uncorked champagne. I wore a sash reading “Queen of Freedom.” I relish time away from the kids.
“What if we had a white history month? People would be outraged!” Without fail, every year around the time of Black History Month, I hear this comment. Not just once, either, I hear it said over and over.
Gratitude can be a hard concept for children to grasp. So, how do we raise grateful children?
I have no reason to be depressed. Nothing specific had triggered the change, it just happened, like a switch being flicked. And it never switched back.
I recently read an article sharing parenting advice from a writer who isn’t a parent. She’s pregnant. Newsflash! Until that kid is here, you have no idea. None. You are exceptionally ignorant of just how ignorant you are.