No Room for Shame in the Suitcase

No Room for Shame in the Suitcase

I was demonizing work. I was unknowingly teaching my kids that work was a terrible place that ripped you from your home and forced you to leave loved ones. We spend eighteen years teaching our kids that work sucks and then act surprised when they graduate from college and don’t seem eager to get a job.

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Whether it’s from kindergarten or college, graduation is a big moment in the life of a kid. And as parents we know that these milestones matter. So we wanted to make it a little easier to celebrate these milestones by gathering some great (and money-saving) gift ideas...

Should I Let My Middle Schooler Quit?

Should I Let My Middle Schooler Quit?

At some point, most parents will eventually face this question: “Mom, I don’t want to do this anymore.” Whether it’s baseball or ballet, piano lessons or chess club, sometimes a kid has just had enough and doesn’t want to participate anymore. Their change of attitude...

Did You Put On Your Oxygen Mask?

Did You Put On Your Oxygen Mask?

Back when I was a frequent flyer in 2019 BC (BC = “Before Covid-19”), I heard all the information the flight attendants gave before takeoff.  Seatbelts firmly fastened. Phones off. Reminders that in the unlikely event of something going drastically wrong midflight,...

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4 Signs Your Kid Is Losing Confidence

Kids seem to be born confident creatures.  They have no problem expressing their needs (sometimes, quite loudly). They’re secure in their appearance (hello, polka dots and stripes). They make it clear when they don’t like something (baby boundaries in full effect)....

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