Today is the last day of the summer vacation. The kids are sprawled around the house, lazily going about their own business. It’s our last… Read More »Ambivalent on the Last Day of the Summer Vacation
About family life and kids.
The tradition of passing on a Gypsy Robe in musical theater productions apparently started on Broadway in 1950. It’s now a part of the Broadway… Read More »Gypsy Robe: How My Family Became Part of an Evolving Community Canvas
At the beginning of this school year my daughter’s high school sent a school-wide email, asking families to volunteer to host an exchange student from… Read More »Why Everyone Should Consider Hosting an Exchange Student
There are many things to be grateful for, and many ways to express gratitude. And while we should all be continuously thankful for the little… Read More »Our Thanksgiving Tradition: Visualizing Gratitude
What We Did This Week As I mentioned last week, the first big project my kids and I embarked on this summer was The Big… Read More »Why Cleaning Up is Good for Kids (And Why you Should Do It, Too!)