Ryan’s first game.
Rules Derived from Anecdotes
If you’re traveling with one or more children under the age of five, that’s not a vacation — it’s a trip.
“… the line represents for me one of the most profound, and most difficult, truths we want our kids to be able to negotiate: that in life you often don’t get what you want, you often don’t get what you expect. You get what you get. And if you “get” upset, usually you’re getting it from yourself.”
Am I the only one who finds it a little strange that the way we’re encouraged to acknowledge Father’s Day is by giving things to our husbands that they couldn’t safely use around our kids?
My wife (or Mommy, as she’s known when the kids are awake) is one of those women whose global job description is juggling chainsaws.