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?
There were some bedtime stories we read to our kids hundreds of times. So many times, in fact, that we would often zone out in the middle and forget to turn the pages while reciting the stories by heart. Alexander and the Horrible….(you know the rest), the bear and the strawberry, the moose and the cookie, Mr. Pine’s Mixed Up Signs, the Happy Man in the Dumpster, Goodnight Moon, Pat the Bunny, Runaway Bunny, etc, etc, etc…
The kids seemed to love the stories, no matter how often we read them, but there were some nights when we, the parents, needed a little extra special bedtime story to keep up our excitement and the wonderment bedtime held for us.
And so, Nick and Nack came to the rescue. Click here for my post for Parents Magazine this month to tell you how it happened:
Finally, the World Series is here! Featuring MY Kansas City Royals (I’ve adopted them since MY Colorado Rockies are so, so bad, and because the SF Giants, the other team in the WS, is the Rockies arch enemy.) Here, in honor of tonight, is my October Classic piece for Parents magazine – why World Series baseball is the ultimate parenting guide. Go ROYALS!!: Read it here
It was really a thrill for me when Parents Magazine asked me to write their Thanksgiving cover story for the November, 2014 issue. Titled “More Gratitude, Less Attitude,” the Thanksgiving issue is now on sale at newsstands everywhere. Read it online here exclusively