We all talk about making the holidays simpler and more family-oriented, but then we always get hung up on what to buy the kids or where to take them. In the end, we spend too much time on shopping, entertaining, and shuttling around and too little time with the family. If only there was an alternative? Read More »
Wouldn’t it be great if a sports star combined world-class athleticism with brains, class—and dare I dream—values-instilled humility? Impossible you say? Perhaps it was, until RGIII sprinted onto the scene. Read More »
Maybe it’s naïve to try and raise children in a completely unbiased political way in this very partisan political world. How, then, to teach our kids to form sound political judgments without demonizing those who hold differing views? Read More »
If parents are to trust their children’s well-being to this organization, and if the Boy Scouts are to redeem themselves in the eyes of this former Eagle Scout, they need only be true to their own Oath. Read More »
The story starts with three brothers who take a dare to spend an entire night inside a haunted house. It ends by turning into a night they’ll never forget.
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Want to know what a teenager really thinks it takes to be a good parent? My fourteen-year-old wrote a memo to himself in thirty years when he will likely be the father of a teenager, offering some parenting tips from the perspective of a teen. Read the full article on The Parent Network, or download a free copy here. Read More »