A family fishing outing turned out to be the greatest experience for both father and son.
A delicious short-rib dish, one that is truly indulgent! Not for the feint of heart, and the less your cardiologist knows, the better. #ChefJohn #FoodWishes #Cooking #ShortRibs #CookingWithKids #TheFatherApprentice
One's home is precious - even more so when a dad can carve a place out for himself. #ManCave #HomeRemodeling #Fatherhood #HomeProjects
Efforts to reduce bullying are important, but resilience represents an equal priority. 'Sticks and stones,' in Kindergarten and elementary school, is more relevant than ever.
Reflection and memories about 9/11, and the need to honor those we lost... and the gift we have to be here for our kids.
Underdog NFL teams can teach us a lot, especially so when it comes to raising kids. Some perspective on last night's stunning game, Oakland versus the Broncos.
One of the most tasty kabob recipes I've come across - complete with a delicious marinade. Healthy and scrumptious!
Here's a special way to preserve special memories. Your child's first day at Kindergarten more than qualifies.
If your child is one year away from Kindergarten, here are the three most important areas of development. You can control some of these behaviors but not all of them. With a little attention and commitment, you can use the time you have to better prepare your child for Kindergarten. This comes from someone who... Continue Reading →
A single observation when our son was born helped to identify a legitimate health-related issue. Observation, itself, was the key.
It would be a shame for the kids not to see grandma and grandpa at Christmas; The other holidays during the year? Sacrifice them to extend your holiday. One week vacations are nice, no doubt about it, but the opportunity to disconnect for two entire weeks comes with benefits. First, this is not for families... Continue Reading →
DNA Results prove one thing - we're all connected in a unique way that is truly 'American.' A testament to family, ancestry and modern science.
He rose from slumber at 6:30, then 6:00 and then 5:30 am. The madness had to stop, here’s what worked for us.