Drowning doesn’t look like drowning. You can watch your kids all you want this summer, but you’d best be watching for the right signs.
When you send your kids off with Nana and Grandpapa, they’ll show you how you’re “really” doing when it comes to raising your kids. I learned that this week
It’s been a big summer for Charlie. He started off scared to get his face in the water, and ended it by standing on the dock and making a big jump in a lake.
How do you balance the values of your family with the majority in your community? Do you buckle to peer pressure parenting?
I was stressed about finding the right activity for my kids. I thought that if they weren’t in it by 3 or 4, they would fall behind. Trust me, there’s time.
My son was showering after swimming lessons and some kids started laughing at him – I lost it.
Would you be comfortable sending your son on a swimming field trip at 5 years old with “random dad” looking after their nakedness in the change room?