Dear World Please stop giving my kids conflicting signals. First you say diversity is wonderful! and blow little rainbows all over our life, then you frown and say we’re weird. Which is it?
I posted a news blurb about a local kid on the blog’s Facebook page a few days ago. A second grader – who has been at this all-girls school since she was 3, earned “High Honors” from the John
Today was a hard day. A bad day, even. It was a parenting-from-the-couch kind of day, and that always makes the kids’ issues worse. They’re like little inmates – leave them alone for a minute and things devolve into
I have 20 different other things that I was planning to write about, but tonight, this is what’s trying to escape from my brain. Here you go brain: freedom! Why am I doing this? This meaning blogging – because
Meet Rhea (name changed for privacy) Rhea is 8-years-old. She loves to read so much that her parent says “she is the child that sleeps with books under her pillow and stacked precariously on her nightstand. Our local library