There’s a podcast I listen to called One Life, One Chance, hosted by hardcore singer Toby Morse, an explicitly positive person who’s a straight-edge vegan who sees the best in people.
And at the end of every interview, he asks, “do you have any regrets?”
Some say yes, and others say no, that the path they’re on is theirs alone, complete with its successes and failures.
I cannot relate to this. Like, at all.
Every single time he asks about regrets, my mind does one of those montages of moments where I die inside, pinpointing my fuckups, leaving me wishing certain things were different, curious what my life would be like had I played situations a little smarter.
I know I can’t change the past, but the past has come collecting its tax more than once. And because of those hard-knock lessons, I’ve learned to think critically and strategically when it comes to being a parent, for better or worse.
I love taking my kids to the library. For so many reasons.
For starters, I’ve noticed a strong correlation between how easy it is to get my 8-year-old to go to bed and how excited she is about what she’s reading before she falls asleep. Keeping her with a healthy supply of good books that she got to pick out is absolutely critical!
Our little one likes going, too. There’s just so much to see and do (and try to destroy).
Let’s get into all the benefits and my complete guide to taking kids, toddlers, and even babies to the library.
If you’re thinking about taking your kids to a baseball game, I only have one thing to say…
… great idea!
Baseball is the perfect family sporting event to attend with the kiddos, for so many reasons. Regardless of what you think of the actual sport itself, EVERYONE can have a good time at a warm and sunny MLB game.
All it takes is a little prep and a few pro tips.
So here’s my full guide to taking kids, toddlers, and babies to a baseball game.