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May 29, 2015

Quote BubbleWith weather getting warmer, school rules about flip-flops and spaghetti straps and short-shorts are getting parents' attention, and so we started our chat with a look at how kids dress at school and how much we ought to care. Is the right to wear crop tops and miniskirts a legitimate feminist concern? Could...


May 27, 2015

Kathy CeceriCollege graduation marks the end of many long years of getting your child through school and homework and testing and adolescence. What it doesn't end is your need to parent and worry and figure out what's next. Terri chatted with Kathy Ceceri, who writes about homeschooling on the All About Homeschooling Facebook...


May 26, 2015

For their weekly entertainment chat, Catherine talks about her latest book-club selection, Me Before You by Jojo Moyes; Terri talks about David Letterman's last late-night episode; and they both talk about the phenomenon of following the end of a series like Mad Men solely through the tidal wave of tweets from...


May 22, 2015

Quote BubbleA tweet this week from Catherine about a 14-year-old in her carpool lamenting "where did my life go?" inspired this week's first chat topic -- because where did our lives go, and why do kids seem to feel their lives are moving as fast as ours? We talked about the aging properties of seeing the edgy entertainers of...


May 21, 2015

Charlie ZegersOn the one hand, as parents of kids with special needs, we're desperate for them to do the things their age peers are doing. We want them to be adept at the tools of the world today and fluent in the language of our times. On the other hand, don't lie and stop cursing and don't make secret social media accounts,...