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Blog Parenting from the voice of experience.
brian's blog
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With my family, it feels like a road trip every time we get in the car. For a while, we were packing three kids into the back seat of my Kia Spectra, which took some careful choreography: opening doors and buckling seat belts can get tricky when you’re holding a full car seat.

I always have a hard time when my family asks me what I want for Father’s Day. I already have a closet full of neckties, and as a writer, I don’t really need a fancy briefcase for the fancy meetings I don’t have. I don’t golf, and I’m still learning how to grill steaks (my most recent attempt: the grease fire method). I’m not old enough for my kids to get me a 10001 Small Reasons You’re A Great Dad coffee table book, and my cellphone has long since taken the place of a wristwatch. I don’t even have a lawn to mow.

There’s one thing that’s certain about taxes – you’ll be filing loads of paperwork before, during, and after you submit them.

In all the bustle of everyday life, it can be easy to lose track of the true value of gifts. Whether you’re shopping for a birthday present or a reward for good behavior, you want something that your child will appreciate for a long time.

Reusable Bag by Envirosax - Kids Robot B12You’re driving a racecar, with one kid up front squeaking the horn while the other reaches for the butterscotch pudding.

Feed ME Note Pad by LobotoMEWhen you think about it, so much of life revolves around earning money and spending money. The funny thing is, it’s often the spending part that takes the most thought.


Valentine’s Day is the celebration of love. But for kids, it’s more of a celebration of letters, cards, chocolates, and the other things we use to translate our best feelings into physical form. Getting into the spirit of the holiday can be a fun way to show your affection.

Let’s face it – it’s hard to stay neutral about February 14th. Either you’re an enthusiast with your flowers and chocolates ordered in advance, or you’re dreading the expectations and pressure of finding the perfect gift and planning the perfect evening.


Parenting will take you places, no question about it – moms everywhere end up transporting various family members all over town. And inevitably, things get forgotten or missed while you’re juggling the destinations and required gear in your head. While you can’t remember everything all the time, you can plan ahead to give your brain a break.

Busy Body Books Grid Organizer 2012January is National Organizing Month, coinciding with the season of New Year's resolutions. It’s the time of year when people reflect on their lives and set comprehensive goals for every aspect – from the ever-popular fitness resolution, to career resolutions, and the all-important “more time with family” resolution. But trying to fulfill all these goals at the same time can lead to burnout before February.