Learning Hospitality

Most weekends during the summer, if we’re in town, we invite a few friends over for a barbecue at our

Read more

Something They’ll Never Forget

I took my two younger kids to see the Toronto Raptors’ championship parade and rally in Nathan Phillips Square. We

Read more

Learning to be a better parent

One of the curious side effects of fostering and adopting is that you usually end up with a whole lot

Read more

Other people’s kids

It seems I’ve hit a new stage as a work-from-home parent, one where my kids are old enough not to

Read more

Vaccinations

I generally keep away from politically touchy subjects in this column, not because I don’t have opinions on those subjects,

Read more

Learning to Succeed

My youngest son decided to grow a garden this year. He arrived at this decision while watching me turn soil

Read more

Cringey Parenting”

I’m lame, and I know it. ‘Cringey’, is the word my kids prefer, meaning that I’m embarrassing, uncool, and unhip.

Read more

A Child’s Perspective

Part of being a child is having a deeply limited perspective. That’s not to say that our adult perspectives aren’t

Read more

How to survive sports politics

By Luke Hill I had my middle son at a basketball tournament this past weekend – five games in two

Read more