He’s a 25-year-old Omaha guy who plans to blog about life as a single dad.
No offense to any octogenarians out there. I’m just not ready to be you yet.
So, here we are, staring at Easter already and… more candy.
She intended to work with children, but her love for health and fitness ultimately took over her career ambitions.
“Mom, what’s a lesbian? … Someone at school called me one, and I want to know what it is.”
It’s time to dust off those shelves that never see a dust rag, clean out those kitchen cabinets and my clothes closet.
Tag Archives: raising teens
She’d probably forget her head if it wasn’t attached.
I’m going to say something which might be unpopular.
Simply put – that person with the last word spoken absolutely, will not, under any circumstances, shut up.
The next Teen Chat Circle on self-worth and determination is Friday at Nebraska Children’s Home Society.
My mother wanted the best for me. She wanted to see me live out my dreams. I’m blessed she didn’t give up on me.
My daughter wants sweatpants with “juicy’ written on the backside.
I said “no!”
That conversation has been bothering me ever since and I want to talk to her about not growing up too fast but don’t want to sound like an old fuddy-duddy.
How can I still be cool yet let her know that she’s too young to be thinking like that?
You don’t have to get her a smart phone. They still make flip phones — I think?
Some adults may feel that this generation of teens has “been there done that” when it comes to sex.
We can’t expect our teens to view it as a viable option if we don’t talk about it.
It’s about finding something that your child enjoys and doing it with them.
I miss my baby boy and I hope he comes back soon — but I fear he won’t.
A new program makes the morning-after pill available to NY high school students.
To stop the constant whining, give them each a clothing allowance.
What happens to little girls when they get older? Why are they caught up on image?
Those years of being a room helper and P.T.A. mom are being phased out of my world. And I kind of feel lost.
My son Max is a teenager. And the house phone is now permanently attached to his ear. Or lost in the bowels of his room
As a parent of three, you can tell when they are being honest with you and when they are not.
Now that summer vacation is upon us, my kids seem to think it’s OK to stay up late.
One minute, I’m an infinite source of wisdom. And the next, I’m the village idiot.