Teach your kids to be smart online. It matters.
I would bet that 90% of people who think they know what their kids are doing online, actually don't. (I'm not judging; it's hard!)
It's been a long weekend (season...year...parenting lifetime...) of games, and this sums it up nicely ;)
I love this so much.
We preach humble and kind a lot, but it's important to be humble and kind in losing too.
Wow, I just love this. If I thought there was a chance that my own 12yo would ever read a link I sent him, I'd send it. But instead I'll tell him about it and hope a little piece sinks in.
Judgy comment coming:
If it takes you 2 hours A DAY to get your kids ready and out the door to school, you need to reevaluate your/their routine.
(The headline is misleading. A week of prep= an extra day of work, but that's still ridiculous.)
Here we see a preteen boy (Eaticus Sweatera). He has retreated to his cave after battle. Snacks, socks, and the sound of YouTube is all that can be detected. Best to let him emerge when he's ready, so as not to disrupt the delicate balance of power.
Having a son means watching him leave wearing $150 sneakers and a t-shirt he got free at a baseball tournament.
My favorite batting gloves ever (and his) finally gave out today 😭🇺🇸
Can we go to Dick's? I need a new basketball.
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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