Are you dragging out the suitcases and searching for the travel sizes? If travel is in your family's future, screens are likely on deck as entertainment.
As school winds down and summer approaches, we and our kids will likely get to spend a little more time together.
San Domenico Middle School's Video Blog The PAWcast, Season 2, Episode 5
It's hard to keep up with all of the hot new titles that our kids are begging to watch, download, and play -- and know whether we should let them.
It's easy to find math and reading apps: There are thousands in every app store. Sometimes, though, kids don't want to use one more app that's obviously educational.
Ever have a kid pretend they didn't hear you when you asked them to shut down an iPad? How about outright refuse?
When a kid's pet dies, that's often the first exposure to real loss. It's a hard concept for kids to understand, and it's much more complicated when a loved one dies.
San Domenico Middle School's Video Blog The PAWcast, Season 2, Episode 4
Technology moves at the speed of light, and it feels like it develops even faster than our kids. One day we're worried about multiplayer games, and the next we're wondering if virtual reality will suck our kids into a screen more than ever.
You're driving home from school and suddenly your kid asks, "Hey, where did my baby cousin come from?" Often, we have to tackle the biggest topics with the least amount of warning.