This is a guest post by Chad Carter, co-founder of DadsWhoDiaperI don’t necessarily think of myself as a “modern” dad, a “today’s” dad, or even a hip dad. What do I think I am? Just simply…dad. It’s not a unique title, or even an original one, but it is the best one. However, dads are different these days, for … [Read more...] about Guest Blog: Just Simply…Dad
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The other night my daughter Elby pulled “The Story of Babar” off her bookshelf to read as her bedtime story - a welcome respite from the endless recitations of Knuffle Bunny Too, Leonardo the Terrible Monster and a few Richard Scarry books which have been on a constant loop.Let me preface this post with the fact that I’ve read Babar before - not only was it read to … [Read more...] about Babar The Elephant – Friend or Freak?
The Drug Lady came to 8th grade this week. You may think I’m joking, but that’s what the kids at our school call the prevention specialist who visits our 13 and 14 year olds for a week each year as they prepare to face high school’s chemical perils. One student saw her in an airport security line and called out “Hi, Drug Lady!” which led to a long visit in a private … [Read more...] about How the School’s “Drug Lady” Scared Me Straight
Naturally, many of you hate holiday newsletters. I do, too. That doesn’t stop me from writing my own. Family life once again proves to be irresistible fodder. Happy holidays, everyone. 2012 marked the year all three of my children rose up and rebelled against traditional, interfamilial, spoken word communication. We have transitioned 100% to texting, even when all … [Read more...] about If Holiday Newsletters Told the Truth
The pink party® was established by Elyse Walker in honor of her mother, Barbara Feder, who discovered her cancer when she had Stage 4 Ovarian Cancer. She didn’t have the benefit of the treatments available today, but thanks to pink party®, Dr. Beth Y. Karlan, MD, and the Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Program at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute have … [Read more...] about Breast Cancer Awareness: Interview with Dr. Beth Y. Karlan