Every kid has words they can’t properly pronounce and every parent secretly hopes they will mispronounce those words forever.
I think my son forgot that he figured out the Easter Bunny thing last year. And now I’m stuck. Do I bring it up?
The opening notes of Stairway to Heaven were performed on recorder, the same instrument your 8yr old is learning. Here’s how to play Stairway to Heaven on recorder.
When it comes to report cards, the best reply to the results you can give your kids is ‘I believe in you.”
If found myself coaching soccer this year. Nothing I had ever anticipated. I loved it. It was stressful and as we get ready for the spring season, I’ve made a decision.
Our kids are going to Mars. We parents are raising the next generation of space explorers and NASA is going all in on the marketing offensive to make it happen.
Pink Shirt Day is coming up on February 24. Over the next week, I need your help to make a #PinkShirtPromise. Make it with and to your kids.
Here’s a fun quiz of questions to ask your kids about how they see you and the world. It’s the perfect thing to post for a spouse’s birthday on Facebook.
We’re headed south for a Florida family vacation. And it’s not just theme parks, we’ll be touring around a lot of the state, check out this itinerary.
It’s been a parenting stress of mine from the beginning. Which activities will they love? Which one should we join? I worried all the time about it.
My son’s name is Zacharie. While searching for images of him online I came across Zacharie from OFF. My son is an anime star! Who knew!?
Did you have USSR in elementary school? That’s what my teachers called silent reading sessions, lately I’ve been having them with my son.
The most painful part of coaching soccer is not the scoreboard. That hurts, it really hurts, but Wednesday mornings hurt the most because that’s the day after practice.
The Zacharie Show goes on the road for the Calgary Hitmen Teddy Bear Toss where “one million” teddy bears land on Zacharie’s head for a good cause.
The Hoover Air Cordless is so easy, an 8 yr old can use it. Seriously. It’s lightweight and cordless, so it’s easy to handle and it actually makes vacuuming fun for kids. Check out the review:
Here’s what I’ve dug up to hide under our tree on Christmas Day. Got young boys? You’ll find something they’ll love on my DadCAMP Holiday Gift Guide