It's essential for parents to be a united front for the kids. No one said it was easy.
You can’t take care of your kids before you take care of yourself.
We all have to do it some time, right?
The Pompatus of LoveWhat is love? An emergent property of an ancient cocktail of neuropeptides and neurotransmitters, obviously.
It's not about you.
Parents do it all the time. But is it really a good idea?
Becoming a parent can be lonely and isolating and push friends away. It doesn’t have to.
Splitting parenting responsibilities equally is a chore. It needs to get done.
What parents can do with the anger that they feel.
The argument for a moral screen panic simply doesn't exist.
And how that changes when we become parents.
Roughhousing knows no gender.