It’s not about money or the jobs themselves. It’s about teaching life skills.
Meltdowns are tough on parents, but far worse for people experiencing them firsthand.
It’s my responsibility to take responsibility when it’s my responsibility.
Most kids sleep like little animals. That’s why we put them in barred-up cages until they’re two.
Everything is going to be OK. Then again, OK doesn’t mean anything.
You’re going to take hits. It’s how you view them and what you take from them that is important.
“I’m not sleeping. I saw everything. That guy did the thing before to the other guy.”
Nonverbal and in the full throes of a meltdown, he was done with the Waffle House.
My quarantine means I will miss my boy’s birthday.
What do you want, bud? Why are you staring at me like that?