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Advice for New Dads (From Your Future Self)

As dads, we usually want to ride in to rescue our kids, but sometimes what they really need is a safe place where someone will simply listen. Read More
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What to Do When You’re Concerned About Your Kid’s New Group of Friends 

Your middle schoolers are learning how to choose who they want to be around right now. And no, they won’t always get it right. Read More

Character and Values | Featured

Creating Connection with a Disrespectful Child

Even on the best days, raising humans can feel exhausting. Raising a child with disrespectful behavior can leave a parent feeling completely drained and powerless. Parents are often left wondering how best to respond. Discovering ways to connect with your defiant or… Read More

Family Life | Featured

5 Ways to Work Through Sibling Rivalry

Let’s start with some sappy sincerity, shall we? There’s no greater joy in life than watching my boys pal around with one another.  They’ll build LEGOs together while humming a rock song, scooch up close on a big empty couch, practice Jedi… Read More

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How to Help My Kid Find Their Confidence at Every Phase

At every phase, a kid is asking a question. Well, I mean, they’re always asking a ton of questions.  What’s faster—fire or dust? Where do thoughts come from? What’s for dinner? Can I borrow the car?  Those aren’t the kind of questions… Read More

Elementary (K-5th) | Family Activities | Family Nights | Featured | Middle School (6th-8th)

Level Up: A Different Kind of Board Game

“Tell me about a time when you were afraid,” I asked my 10-year-old son.  “I guess it was that time when the tornadoes were close by and we had to go in the downstairs bathroom and shut the door. Then we lost… Read More

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5 Things I Want My Kids to Know About Confidence

Every parent wants their kid to grow up confident. We all want our kids to be convinced of their place in the world, bold in their approach to life, self-reliant and courageous when it comes to their perception of themselves. But as… Read More

Character and Values | Family Activities | Featured | Imagine The End

When it Comes to Kids and Commitment: Show, Don’t Tell

Ahhh . . . the best laid plans of mice and men and stars-in-their-eyes children.  That’s how the saying goes, right? I’ve got one kid who swears he’s gonna fight bad guys while we sleep and another who plans to rocket to… Read More

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5 Ways to Connect With Other Parents This Summer

Have you ever been sitting in a room, staring at a television, following along with its plot with more than a little interest, only to realize you’re watching a Bubble Guppies episode that you’ve seen fifty-seven times? It happens.  Sometimes, we can… Read More