Diverse books offer an opportunity for conversation. More conversations about race and diversity between parents and their kids is a good thing.
Don't underestimate what your kids are watching, seeing, hearing and learning. The time to talk to them about race and racism is now. Here's how to start.
The only thing that makes a gamenight better is being able to rope in unsuspecting victims...er...I mean... open up the games to friends and family. And while quarantines and #stayhome promises make it tough, I have discovered a few online options that can feel almost exactly like the real thing.
These #StayHome options are bound to please animal and nature lovers, big and small, and give you something new to talk about at the dinner table.
I've worked from home full-time since 2007 and there were many days when a kid was looking up at me with expectations of entertainment. Trust me, I know what you're going through.
So many of us are unable to hang with parents/grandparents right now. These links will help keep them mentally active and safe while you're apart.
On a trip to Alabama, I showed my teen son the history of the civil rights movement