My son is getting to be old enough to remember the words I choose with him. And I don't want him to remember that working is always a chore that must be endured.
Dear Sad Daughter in the Future by John Kinnear, huffingtonpost: 'Old me is going to look at you and tell you I love you, and you're going to scream at me that your life is over and that I will never understand, and you're right about at least half of that. I probably wont ever understand you. But I did once. I promise.' Click through for the entire letter. #Father_Daughter
Real Life Math- A Worksheet for Math-Phobic Parents by Sue Shellenbarger and Jason Schneider, wsj: You don't have to be a math genius to help your kids with math! #Math #Kids #Parents #Sue_Shellenbarger #Jason_Schneider #wsj