You’ve probably read blogs, even books, on how to potty train. Well, I seem to have done it all wrong. Here’s my humorous take on how NOT to potty train twins.
Inspired by witnessing my father-in-law’s death last month, this poem offers wisdom and solace for those caring for both children and sick loved ones.
I came across a great article in the Huffington Post on how to talk to your children about the results of the 2016 Presidential election.
By signing up for absentee ballots, you can vote with your children by your side, encouraging them to take the democratic process seriously.
The first book aimed at parents eager to help their children embrace resilience, risk-taking, a desire to change the world, and other qualities of successful entrepreneurs.
A beautiful, wise piece on accepting your children, no matter how they turn out, from Seleni.org
10 simple and effective strategies for coping with the stress and frustration of parenting.
We’ve encouraged the Joy Boys to eat some meals at a table since they were about nine months old.
“I want my kids to be free spirits, but I also want them to stay alive.” Why a vacation with twin toddlers isn’t really a “vacation” at all. By Joslyn McIntyre
When there are no real benefits or risks, circumcision becomes a personal choice.