Should high end restaurants ban kids or all unruly patrons? Click here to read what Chef Grant has to say about this.
I love Michael S. Broder’s article on the discussions parents should have with their children. In my humble opinion, these items are discussions that should be happening in every household. Click link for story.
Being a velcro parent takes on new meaning. Click here for more.
One of my friend’s best parenting advice is: “A little neglect goes a long way. BTW, it applies to dogs as well! Click here for story.
I have always believed that faith/religion needs to be an integral part of every child’s life. This is an interesting perspective from Jamie Bruesehoff on why children are not only the future of our churches but are also important FOR the congregation. CLICK HERE FOR STORY.
Why is it that parents feel the rules don’t always apply to them? Kristen Chase from the Stirr has expressed her annoyance on this very topic. Parents teach their children to follow the rules yet they are the first to break the rules. You know my philosophy, lead by example.
Here’s a thought-provoking article from LZ Granderson regarding bratty or misbehaving children. Rein in your kids… no one wants to hear a screaming kid in the theater or restaurant. This is why “Brat Bans”, a chapter in my book, have been popping up right and left. Where do you think “Brat Bans” are appropriate?
I think I’ll ask Dalrock if he would like to collaborate on another book. We seem to think alike. Click here to see what I am talking about.