Is our uneasiness over the “pinkification” of toys sending a message to our daughters that their potentially legitimate preferences are wrong?
Archives: raising richmond
What our daughter thinks we keep in the attic (and other glimpses into her adorable, three-year-old brain).
Get with the times, ‘rents! Parenting books are O-U-T, out! Podcasts are where it’s at.
After having a child of my own, I finally get why my mom keeps giving me Valentine’s Day gifts.
Sharing the city you love with the people you love (when you get around to seeing them, that is).
In which a mother and daughter enjoy their first “butt-in-a-seat” event together.
Ahhh, yes. The age-old challenge of balancing your child’s need for activities that nurture her understanding of discipline and teamwork with your desire to have a life.
By “it” I mean “parenting.” And be “you” I mean “me”…I guess.
…and big boys and all those in between. Here’s a little to tribute to a few young men in my life. Consider it a thank you for how they help me get excited for the future, think back fondly (but realistically) on the past, and not spend all my time wishing away the present.
If I do say so myself…