Whether a child is a pessimist or an optimist, parents should encourage them to think the best of others. By focusing on constructive or affirmative motives, a child can begin to see the world as a place of encouragement, rather than … Continue reading 8 ways to teach kids to see the best in others – The Washington Post
The bond between Kratos and Atreus made me think quite a bit about the relationship between myself and my daughter. — Read on www.ign.com/articles/2018/05/07/opinion-how-god-of-war-made-me-a-better-father Continue reading Opinion: How God of War Made Me a Better Father – IGN
They grow up really fast. When they says fast, they don’t tell you how fast. Ayden is almost 5 months. He is still tiny but he is almost double his birth weight. That makes a huge difference. I am so … Continue reading They grow so fast. No really, they grow up really fast.
Good points. Weekdays’ afternoon are weird for men to chill anywhere. I went to a library for a class on Monday afternoon with Hina and Ayden. It was full of moms. I was only one of two dads there. Even … Continue reading Playground Dads Deserve Understanding, Respect — not Suspicion
Plenty of evidence suggests that growing up poor, living through these kinds of scrapes, has a detrimental impact on child development. Children from rich families tend to have better language and memory skills than those from poor families. More affluent … Continue reading Does growing up poor harm brain development?
The review concludes that, contrary to widespread belief, a long, tiring workout or race can amplify immune responses, not suppress them. Source: How Strenuous Exercise Affects Our Immune System – The New York Times Continue reading How Strenuous Exercise Affects Our Immune System – The New York Times