It's a tough time of year for parents, as kids are coming home from school disappointed that they didn't make the school spring sports team that they tried-out for. It's hard to have that right thing to say, especially when you are coming home from a long day of work with your own troubles. Perspective on both sides of the ball help in this situation.
Seraphina is my three-year-old cousin who has quite the personality (and imagination). She's currently learning about holidays for the first time and you're not gonna believe how she thinks people celebrate the new year.
Thursday marks another year parents will be taking kids trick or treating on Halloween. I'm hoping it's as fun (and bountiful) for you, as it is for them. Many parents will be racing home from work to take the kiddos out, which is a task in and of itself. But the hard work started weeks, maybe even months ago. When the trick-or-treating is all over, you should be able to reward yourself free of
Chrissy and I have been on the air together at GNA for almost two-and-a-years, and thirteen plus years in all. We've had plenty of highs and lows in our personal and professional life and for the most part, it's part of our nature to share with you many of these moments. We've been open about relationships, marriages, divorces, birth/adoption of our children, losing a loved one or friend and lit
My 3-year-old son has been a champ using his potty lately at home and at daycare and I didn't want to break the momentum yesterday, but when I took him to a basketball game at the Times Union Center all hell broke loose. When he told me he needed to go pee, I proudly took into one of the bathrooms, but was clearly ill-prepared for what to do once we got there.