A better question might be Why weren’t your towels orange?Read More
When we search for a solution to get kids to stop peeing on the toilet seat, we’re assuming that the child needs modifying. We think he needs to be taught to listen to bodily cues, or develop the responsibility necessary to clean up after himself.
What if it’s the toilet that needs modifying?Read More
Over the years, the game of telephone started by the CPSC crib regulations has generated two truths: 1) used cribs are dangerous and 2) no one may resell a used crib. Neither truth is actually true.Read More
I want to live in a world where kids are assumed capable of traveling from one part of a building to another and are trusted to play by themselves in public libraries, and where parents feel comfortable letting their kids do both.Read More