“In lieu of flowers, gifts in memory of Barbara Coatsworth can be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. “Barbara was a proud and dedicated member of the MDA team for 22 years and the contributions in her memory will assist the Association’s various service programs for children and adults affected by muscle diseases. We know that Barbara would be grateful.”…
This is our latest piece for #TalkEarly, and it is about drinking in front of your kids and talking to them about it. Now with a picture of cake!
Like everything, there is an etiquette to empathy, sympathy, and the support of those in grief. In this opinion piece our co-founder, Whit Honea, asks that we consider it with perspective.
NHRA drag racing star Doug Herbert is the founder of B.R.A.K.E.S., an organization committed to helping young drivers become more conscientious and confident in their driving abilities.
Talking to our kids about alcohol is a conversation of respect (for themselves and others), health, safety and responsibility. This post is in partnership with Responsibility.org and totally acceptable 80s hair.
There’s a lot of good to be done in the world, and there’s no reason that the kids can’t be a part of it. In fact, they probably want to be. Let’s let them. Here is a story by co-founder Whit Honea about his son following his own passion. Warning: There’s a lot of bragging.
This summer a group of 12 men will walk the length of Hadrian’s Wall in the United Kingdom to raise money for a new Camp Kesem location that honors the memory of Oren Miller. They could use your help.
José Zambrano is a firefighter in the Los Angeles area that runs marathons on behalf of St. Jude—and he wears 50 pounds of firefighting gear the whole time. Please support him supporting the kids of St. Jude.
Responsibility.org believes that parents and kids should talk early, talk often, and be happy. We agree. After all, with great kids comes great responsibility.