On Parenting: Growing up with hockey and heartbreak

Friend or boyfriend: What should kids call a divorced parent’s new partner?; Toddlerhood: What you need is here; How Snapchat helps me connect with the teenagers in my life; 6 reasons your teen’s life is more stressful than your own;
 
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Growing up with hockey and heartbreak
I loved watching the children dip and swoop, eyes wide behind their protective helmet cages. The bright look hasn’t changed for either child.
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Friend or boyfriend: What should kids call a divorced parent’s new partner?
A child’s response to something as simple as referring to their mom’s boyfriend as a friend can be as individual and complex as a fingerprint.
 
Toddlerhood: What you need is here
I am not embodied in anything, work or motherhood, but rather caught between the two, the space between halves.
 
How Snapchat helps me connect with the teenagers in my life
I’m learning that preserving what we’re sharing isn’t the point. It’s the living moment that matters.
 
6 reasons your teen’s life is more stressful than your own
Here are just a few of the reasons why your teenager’s life just might be more stressful than yours.
 
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Are flying cars for real?
After nearly a century of trying, inventors have the right materials and technology.
 
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‘3 Generations,’ ‘King Arthur’ and other films to watch with your kids
Parent-oriented reviews of what’s on big screens right now.
 
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