My son loves to socialize with his friends after school while he is waiting to be picked up. Which makes it all the more touching to me that he left the realm of cool 5th graders yesterday to find his kindergarten sister. Without being asked. Just because he didn’t want his sister to be alone while she waited.
I made sure to thank him for watching out for his sister, even though he said it was no big deal. But I disagree. Keep reading
The notebook was on the counter when we left for school.
I knew it was a homework notebook and that the work inside was due. I also knew that I had asked my child twice to pack it into a backpack. And there it sat.
It took everything I had not to grab it and carry it to the car because I knew the anguish that was coming… for both of us. Keep reading
My daughter’s first date should be kind, smart, respectful, well-mannered and complimentary. Just like her dad.
In fact, he’ll be the most important date she ever has. Keep reading