When should kids be allowed to play Fortnite? Here are the pros and cons and the process I took when seeing if the game was right for my sons.
I pass a handful of older middle school kids each day when I walk to pick up my sons from school. Their bus drops them …
What are your rules for sleepovers? We finally broke the barrier and had our first this summer. It was part bliss, part stress, and all fun. Here’s how it went down for our boys:
The time has come for Zacharie to get braces. it’s a big growing up milestone, but inside I know he’s still a little boy.
Is your kid a social media bully? If you’re not paying attention, you’ll never know. The simplest, mundane thing can quickly turn into so much more as I found out.
Tweens can ruin any ‘family’ event. They’re old enough to not have supervision and young enough to be totally selfish. Take Easter Egg Hunts for example.