In the spirit of crazy parenting moments I’m giving away a Sony Bloggie to the person who can tell us the most disgusting thing that any of their children ever did when they were young. PapiBlogger will pick three finalists and put them up for a vote online with a poll. The entries must be posted to this story.
A couple months ago I wrote that I was having a tough time getting my two-year-old Briani to sleep in her crib. I had bed broken my two older kids so even though my wife was against it, I thought I would be able to persist enough that I would manage to officially get our toddler to sleep in her bed.
Well, it turns out Briani won this battle. After two years of battling my wife and toddler about this issue I gave in to her.
As I mentioned in part one of this two part series, I take treat my kids’ hygiene habits very seriously and not just because we’re at the start of the flu season. Strong hygiene habits are a year round practice that I believe can be life saving so here are some of my favorite home grown tricks I use with my kids
My three kids always race and fight with each other to be the first to touch elevator buttons so the other day I finally told them the dark truth about those buttons.
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Okay, let me start by saying that the last time PapiBlogger played with dolls 30 years ago he was busy blowing them up with firecrackers. I don’t like dolls and I typically don’t do doll reviews but when American Girl approached me for Hispanic Heritage Month with a beautiful ‘Josefina’ doll, I made an exception.
Our family air travel advice is what I call the Leave-the-Plane-Last trick. Simply put this means that when traveling with your kids (or alone for that matter) you should always let everyone else in the ENTIRE plane disembark first.
In order to balance my need for protecting my son with his desire to be trusted I’ve created what I call the 5-Minutes-to-Report-Home rule. The rule is that whenever my son goes to check on a friend he has exactly 5-minutes to report back to me what he’s doing with his friends.
The next time somebody reminds you how you shouldn’t be so tough with your kids because you expect the best from them, tell those people to go fly a kite. No matter what failures you’ve had in your life, you raise the standards you have for your kids R
PapiBlogger was part of a distinguished national panel of fathers who appeared on National Public Radio (NPR) today to talk about “Dads Do Parenting and Education on Their Terms”. Click on the radio player above to hear the 12 minute segment.