Consequences may or may not put son on track
“Not every homemade Christmas ornament is display-worthy. You know it and I know it.”
Many of us spend far too much on Christmas. Keep two things in mind…
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I don’t have the world’s best restraint. What do you recommend?
We also survived snowy road conditions and boring moments throughout the trip.
The methods of conflict resolution fascinate me.
Try a creative alternative to mother-son dance.
Four kids plus 1,800 square feet equals sensory overload.
It is not at all unusual for a child’s sleep pattern to change around the third birthday.
My son found a mole on my torso, and said “Gross!” The doctor’s assessment was slightly more professional, “melanoma.”
It’s not pretty, but there’s actually a lot that goes into the flu’s worst symptom. Note: Don’t read over breakfast.
What do you do when a public figure fails to live up to your expectations?
Are boys easier to raise than girls?
Whether recanting moonings and misdemeanors or discussing child allergies, our friendship has endured.
Occasional aggression is normal in boys.
Unborn babies deserve saving but not their mothers?
Maybe with a little luck, and a little effort, we’ll get through.
Each of our kids has a favorite we’ve read over and over. Do yours?
By accusing first and asking questions later, I cheated my child of a chance to explain.
A stranger reminded us we can spare a moment to make our kids happy, and that Santa sometimes wears black.
Most of us these days are oblivious to the cost of wartime service.
And walking to the bus won’t be so delightful, now that it’s 10 degrees.
My dining room looks like Picasso attacked, the basement walls like hockey backboards. Have I given up?
Conferences show our hard work is paying off — somewhere.
Penn State has us looking at everything, and everyone, differently these days.