Clod | October 15, 2012
When visiting our child’s school and classroom regularly, we accomplish three things. One, we communicate to the teachers our interest in our child’s education. Two, we become aware of the environment in which our child is growing up. We learn the culture of the school and the type of experiences to which the child is [...]
Clod | October 5, 2012
Once again we are bombarded with the horrifying news of yet another school shooting. As parents we fear our power is somehow lost. We are fearful and terrified by the thought of our children’s schools turning into shooting galleries and of our children losing their safety.
Clod | April 12, 2012
“…provide loving discipline that helps your child grow and learn in an atmosphere of support and respect.” As a parent, you want more than anything else to keep your child healthy and safe — both physically and emotionally.
Clod | September 28, 2011
I’ve never been a big believer in the philosophy of the so-called “generation gap.” Although it would explain a few insignificant differences in trivial matters such as music (I’m not crazy about the lyrics in many of the songs today) and decorating preferences (photos of my Mother’s old orange curtains make me gag), generally similarities [...]