While politicians quarrel and people die trying to get to Canada, many of us see traces of our own family histories in the Syrian refugee crisis.
Even children can appreciate the bounties of harvest.
They warn us about them. And for good reason.
Sometimes making new memories helps us better understand the ones we already cherish.
Summer is beautiful, wonderful, exciting…and a challenge if you have kids.
Warmer months offer important opportunities for children to grow and get to know the world outdoors.
Sometimes the best learning comes through play. We need to be encouraging more of it.
Can our desire to protect our children wind up stifling their growth?
Parenting forces us to realize we’re no heroes. But that doesn’t mean we can’t try.
Daycare? Or stay-at-home? It’s a difficult decision.
Even in the face of a tantrum, it’s important to remember that it’s not always about us
Children hold more lessons for us than we could ever hope to imagine.
The next one is always just around the corner
A controversial commentary in the Northeast Avalon Times winds up perpetuating the very problem it claims to oppose
How did two years pass by in the blink of an eye?
The holidays are about building memories, not buying them.
Too often, concerns over a child’s skills and abilities trump concerns over the child’s happiness
How does anyone survive the parenting years?
…Even when worlds apart…
When it comes to building and sustaining family relationships, technology and a little work can make for big pay-offs