The Penis Chronicles presents, “A fart on the wind.” We had made the long drive from our province to the Northwest Territories. My older boy (6 at the time) and I had talked about seeing the Northern Lights. However, the day light hours are so much longer that neither of us had been awake when… Continue reading A fart on the wind
The Penis Chronicles present “Do you have a layout without doors?” I can remember clearly the days when my husband and I started RV shopping so we could do family camping. We looked at a number of layouts. My boys were 2 and 5 and I remember thinking “hell no” to any of the layouts… Continue reading Do you have a layout without doors?
The Penis Chronicles presents “Anxiety Detective” This week the penis chronicles is talking about a tool for parents, particularly parents of an anxious child. Helping your Anxious Child – Second Edition by Ronald M. Raphee PhD, Ann Wignall D. Psych, Susan H Spence PhD, Vanessa Cobham PhD, and Heidi Lyneham PhD. It is described as… Continue reading Anxiety Detective
The Penis Chronicles presents “Boy Mom Humour” I came across Boy Mom vs Girl Mom in my facebook feed (shared by Boymom Squad) a few months ago and I laughed so hard that I had tears and my husband thought I had finally gone completely insane. I needed a good laugh and wow did I… Continue reading Boy Mom Humour
The Penis Chronicles presents “How you help me through.” It can be interesting the places that you learn things. It had been a particularly rough day and I was aware that my youngest son hadn’t had a great day either. When I walked in he was the first thing I saw. He was sitting at… Continue reading How you help me through
The Penis Chronicles presents “Instant Biceps Growth” Most people know the benefits of exercise. I have found that exercising with my 5 and 8 year old has a few extra benefits. So, picture this: It has been a long day and the last thing that I want to do is exercise, but I know I… Continue reading Instant Biceps Growth
The Penis Chronicles presents “First Born – Hospital Parenting” We thought we had an idea of what to expect when our first child was born: sleep deprivation, frantic schedules, priority shifts, extra demands on personal time (wait what is personal time?), new emotions, new learning curves… We were excited to experience all of it and… Continue reading First Born – Hospital Parenting