Eye colour and height aren’t the only traits that can be passed down.
Meghan Bradley tells us about how her son is moving through his fib phase.
Tracy Cooper tells us about how her daughters are moving through their fib phase.
Our street is the shape of a capital P, with our house near the bottom of the straight line. One day, I suggested to Mary that she ride around the loop by herself.
Davis has always wanted independence. He’s now eight, but wanted to dress himself and pick his own clothes at three.
This year, Adelaide turns six, so she will be old enough to take two classes, like Mary. But this would mean five-and-a-half hours at the studio on Saturday. Instead, we are considering a class or two on a weekday after school.
In order to enjoy one hour of watching Davis play soccer, I have to go through a long checklist.
We have passed on our love of road trips to Mary, seven, and Adelaide, five, with our annual trek to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It’s 15 hours each way.
Our last attempt at a long road trip was three years ago. Davis doesn’t like to go on even a 20-minute drive without his handheld gaming device (PSP) or my iPad.
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