My son and I were discussing Malala and her fight to go to school like boys do. Then I realized we didn’t need to look at Pakistan to learn about gender discrimination. All we needed to do was attend a hockey game.
I fear for my sons. I fear for them having to grow up in a world that heralds their ability to get ahead, to be the boss, to “get” the girl. To score. I want them to view every girl they meet as a person and an equal, not a conquest.
The true and wonderfully bizarre story of a French aerialist who, in 1974, spent 90 minutes walking, dancing, and even lying down on a wire that he strung across the two towers of the World Trade Center.
Autism is as individual as the individual themselves. I used to be a support parent to newly diagnosed autism families in our county. The first thing I always said when talking about anything was “Here is what worked for us…“
If traditional methods for getting your baby to sleep don’t work and leave you feeling like a zombie, here are some tips. On Parenting contributor and new dad Bobby McMahon offers some creative solutions.
Indira’s pregnancy diet was rich with healthy fare: fresh pomegranate juice, quinoa up the wazoo, chia seeds, red raspberry leaf tea. And so I found myself, an hour after our son was born, in line at Shake Shack.