Well, for anyone who hasn’t been on Mars for the past few months, you may have heard that the White House will have new residents beginning next month. Before the transition, I reflected for Parents Magazine on the lessons we as parents can learn from Sasha and Malia’s parents. My post for Parents Magazine can […]
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We are entering a time of joy and celebration – holiday season is upon us and with it comes new challenges for parents. How do we raise our kids to appreciate what they have, to be grateful for their many blessings, and not to have a sense of entitlement. I wrote a cover story for […]
The big news of 2016 (drum roll, please) my wife and I have become grandparents (!!!!) More about the grandparent thing coming in a future post soon, but for now, this is for our kids who have just become new parents, and for parents of all ages everywhere. While much is written about the predictable developmental milestones […]
Peyton Manning’s announcement of his retirement brought back a lot of nice Super Bowl memories for those of us in Colorado. Here’s my post for Parents Magazine for this past Super Bowl. Yes the game is over, but the lessons for how to enjoy future big TV events with your kids is a lasting one. […]
Our niece was the flower girl at our wedding 29 years ago grew up, and is now a beautiful bride. But in the generation since our wedding, is the world a better place for our little flower girl? And will it be a better place a generation from now when our niece’s flower girls become […]
Time in the car with your kids is precious quality time. It’s much more than just getting somewhere – this is time to treasure with a captive audience buckled into their car seats or seat belts. Don’t waste with your kids plugged into earbuds or watching a DVD. Whether you’re driving with your kids cross-country, […]
The day our youngest led us to Delicate Arch in Arches National Park was a coming of age for all of us. After watching his big brother and big sister in the lead on other hikes, he knew just what to do. Here’s the story, my post this month for Parents Magazine.
January is an optimistic and ambitious time of year. We all make New Year’s resolutions, some of which we keep, most of which we forget about by February. My January post for Parents Magazine reminds you of the most important New Year’s resolution you will ever make – have you kept it so far?
Do you miss the days when Big Chief Tablets were all the rage and iPad tablets hadn’t been invented yet? You and your kids might have Back-To-School Disorder (BTSD) and not even know it. My new post for Parents Magazine will help you make the diagnosis. Click here
In all my years of writing for and reading parenting magazines, I’ve never seen THIS before! http://www.parents.com/blogs/parents-perspective/2014/06/03/the-parents-perspective/a-jackie-robinson-moment-for-dads/