Stolen Cars and Kidnapping Rabbits – An Easter Story

  In terms of holidays, Easter is definitely on the “Mt. Rushmore of Best Days Of The Year”, for my kids.  Now, how this holiday has evolved from its origins to what it represents today is a thinkpiece subject for a far more intellectually stimulating site than this one. In our house, while Easter is mainly about family, it’s also […]

Make A Dollar Out Of 15 Cents

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times – never underestimate the power of a child’s imagination. Even though the game’s changed, and kids nowadays are different than how I was when I was a little, this statement still rings true. B and J, for example, love technology. If left to their own devices, they could spend […]

True Colors – Dealing With Racism

The other morning,  while getting ready for school, B suddenly blurted this out to us: “Did you know that they say the N word on Casper’s Scare School?” Now, if your kid said this to you, what would your reaction be? For me, I hadn’t had my coffee yet, but this provided quite the jolt! B and J had recently […]