Studies have shown

“Uh-oh, the goldfish are mating,” says Riley, as he snacks on Pepperidge Farm Rainbow Goldfish. “What do you mean, ‘mating‘?”  I ask. “Mom, do you really need me to explain this to you?” I walk over to see that Riley has paired up the goldfish crackers into matching color couples:  red with red,  green with … Continue reading Studies have shown

Now and before

It’s been, what?  Six weeks since Matt started middle school? But Matt, being Matt, has thrown himself into this new stage of his life: he is middle school and middle school is he. Now he is very grown up, whereas before he was not.  The  delineation between now and before is quite clear. The night before … Continue reading Now and before