When 3 p.m. rolls around, stomachs start growling, kids start whining, and the carpool food wars begin. The struggle is real.
“What did you drink at lunch?” I asked my then-six-year-old son. “Did you get chocolate milk?” “No, dad,” he answered, clearly pleased with himself. “But did you know that they have strawberry milk? That’s healthier!”
Even the most eco-friendly parent can have a hard time convincing their kid to pick up a notebook made of recycled paper. Case in point: One stroll down the aisle with your little one and your shopping cart is filled with Elsa-themed everything faster than you can say “let it go.”
It’s been two glorious months of pool-splashing, popsicle-eating fun in the sun. But in few short weeks, kids will be lining up at the bus stop and saying goodbye to summer. And let’s face it—for most kids, transitioning back to school is bittersweet. Sure, they’re excited to reunite with their buddies in a storm of ...
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