It's time to come clean, parents. All the way out of the candy-stealing closet. It's time to stand up for ourselves and demand our rights, because you know what? Kids can't do this trick-or-treat thing without us.
The "you can't be a princess, you're a boy" dilemma is as old as princesses themselves. What's crazy to me is the idea of a parent telling their kid they can't be something they want to be.
What can we do to enjoy the festivities without being a nutrition Scrooge? Here are some of my sneaky tips to help control the sugar attack in our house
I love Halloween. A lot of people hate Halloween but those people are lame. One thing I love about it, is that we get to show what good parents we are.
The biggest treat of them all? It is for us adults. We get to witness yet another generation of children who take pleasure in this magical night.
Having had a lot of fun creating a Last Gasp Summer Reading video, Betsy Bird and I decided to support Neil's initiative by making a Spooky Recommendations edition. Enjoy!
Two years ago, my daughter startled us with a most unusual request for a costume: She wanted to dress up as Madonna. She was not even 5 at the time, so this raised some eyebrows in our house.
When it comes to creating show-stopping pumpkins for Halloween, you've normally been caught between two options: a. trying your best to master carving...