A Letter to My Daughter to Say ‘Thank You’

By |February 2nd, 2016|Parent-Child|

By Sara Lindberg The house is quiet while I write this. It reminds me of eight years ago when I was trying desperately to control my breathing, working on everything I learned in class, staying calm and focused. Things were so different then. I was different. Looking back now, I’m not so sure I really liked [...]

Review: Three Billy Goats Gruff delivers a classic story with modern fun

By |January 27th, 2016|Reviews|

  Bottom Line: This app does what few classic story apps are able to do, stay true to a classic story while adding features to make it worth buying. Three Billy Goats Gruff is beautifully illustrated,  packed full of games and gives users lots of custom options including turning off the games during reading time [...]

Redditors Share Their Best “Don’t Tell Your Mom” Moments They’ve Had With Their Dads

By |January 22nd, 2016|Parent-Child|

A tribute to dads everywhere It was the day before high school and Reddit user HotTomalesYum’s dad pulled her aside: “He made me a promise saying something to the effect of, ‘If you are ever in a situation where you’re drunk, your driver is drunk, etc., you can call me and I’ll pick you up. [...]

Three Billy Goats Gruff Review on the

By |January 14th, 2016|Reviews|

By Monica, the iphone mom. As a parent I have found that one of the most difficult and heartbreaking lessons to teach my children are social experiences that come from playing with other children. Whether it is at school on the playground or out and about in the neighborhood, it seems like there is always that [...]