Some innovative moms in my hometown came up with the idea of starting a pen-pal mailbox for kids… and it’s genius.
A collective effort to tamp down the spread of the Coronavirus, among ALL members of the family provides an opportunity for parents to promote personal and community responsibility. Let’s embrace it so our kids are better prepared today and later in life.
Our kids’ activities fill the calendar almost every day of the week. Work-life pops up before and after our commutes. A chill day provided this dad with a healthy perspective.
Tucked inside an old film camera, my son discovered an undeveloped roll of film. We processed the photographs my mother never had the chance to see... two years after she passed away.
Looking for great holiday gifts for the kids? Good for you! What about those requested items that go a little too far, when kids push their luck? Introducing our Spoof gifts for the holiday season!
A special article featured on The Good Men Project, previously published on The Father Apprentice - a piece about the challenges children of divorce have overcome, and how to move forward as a successful (and happily married) dad.
There's no better way to relieve stress that with a good ole' fashion prank. Doing so with children absolves one from any wrongdoing 😉
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.
Here's a special way to preserve special memories. Your child's first day at Kindergarten more than qualifies.
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.
When a son discovers his mother's 1950's single collection, it helps him to move past the grieving stage.