Play dates are a part of the bedrock of childhood. They help our kids learn to socialize, respect authority and develop friendships (they also give mommies a few hours to run errands or tend to those neglected chores). How do you feel about having to sign a waiver before your child skips off into her friend’s backyard?Read Full Story
Imagine this: Your child has a playdate with a new friend from class. You don't know the parents or maybe you just know them from passing at school pick-up and drop-off, but you've never been to their home. What do you ask them before sending your child over to play? Is it acceptable to ask if they have guns in their home? Are you prepared to cancel the playdate if you don't like the answer?Read Full Story
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