How to make your kid smarter (and richer and better looking, too)

One of the most meaningful kid experiments we’ve ever seen comes from a single mom raising two young boys in the ghettos of Detroit in the 1...

Published 3 years ago

Learning What Works for You and Your Roo

This post was written by Tayler and Rebecca. We interviewed Brett, Katie, and their little guy, Jack, and had so much fun visiting with them...

Published 3 years ago

Investing in Children's Books is a Win-Win-Win

Good parents want the best for their children. They want their children to accomplish more, to make it a little farther, to be absolutely ha...

Published 3 years ago

Why in the World Do We Potty Train our Children?

Spoiler alert! This post talks about pee and poop. Quite a bit. Just thought I should give you the head’s up:). A little before his second b...

Published 3 years ago

4 Simple Ways to Help Your Child Love Reading

We love reading. You may love reading. But not everybody loves reading. Like you, we’ve got friends who almost never read for pleasure. Mayb...

Published 3 years ago

How Bedtime Stories Saved our Sanity

If you’ve experienced the joy of becoming a parent, you’ve either already experienced or will one day in the not-too-distant future experien...

Published 3 years ago

How Not To Pull Your Hair Out: Laugh It Off

Coming back from Christmas break, my husband Kesler and I were seated on a plane directly in front of Heather, her husband Steven, and their...

Published 3 years ago

A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Your three-year-old’s soccer season is finishing up. There has been no score keeping for any of the games, so you aren’t surprised when at t...

Published 3 years ago

My First Chapter Book

I read my first chapter book sitting in a banana chair. You know the curved ones that sit right on the ground so you can rock back and forth...

Published 3 years ago