Time and time again, we're faced with explaining the unexplainable to our kids. Here are 4 key points to keep in mind when talking about tragedy.
A good rule of thumb is to ask two to three questions and then make a statement.
From “30 Questions to Ask Your Kid Instead of How Was Your Day“
The question "How was your day?" is a conversation killer, especially for kids. Here are 30 alternatives that will inspire more than a grunt in reply.
I love talking with my kid. She’s six years old and full of theories, opinions, and surprising insights (which are often hilarious). Our conversations are always among the highlights of my day. Unfortunately, as all parents know, it’s not always easy…