There’s been a lot of talk about older parents lately, and it’s certainly struck a chord in my family. Most recently, Judith Shulevitz writes in the New Republic about “the grayest generation” and the implications of “old-age parenting” on American society. As Lisa Belkin notes on The Huffington Post, Shulevitz examines the risks associated with [...]
As many of you know, I am just not a crafty, DIY kind of mom. But as I’ve been talking about on the site recently, this Halloween I’m trying to resist the temptation to beeline into one of the party mega-stores and smack down money on costumes, decorations and the like. I’m trying to do [...]
My boys love to build. Give them some blocks, rocks and erasers, you name it, plus some free time and they go to town. But when I ask them about what they’ve built — whether it be a pirate ship, a plane, or a “zombie house” (!) — they barely answer. I’m there saying “Wow…cool. [...]
Having a baby makes you appreciate your parents and in-laws in a whole new way, but as cliche as it may be, it can also present challenges. Here’s my tried and true advice for navigating differences between your parenting style and the way your children’s grandparents do things.
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