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A Parent’s Guide to Online Safety for Kids

A lot of parents are understandably concerned about keeping their kids safe online. I know I am. My oldest is only 9, but she's already using the internet for school and for fun. So are my 8-year-old and 5-year-old, actually. I have parental controls set up on the computer, but is that enough? I'm always hearing about various ways that middle and high school kids are fooling their parents with various apps that I know nothing about.

Diary of a Discerning Dog: I am still waiting

 Diary of a Discerning Dog Oh, hello. If this is our first meeting, then welcome to my weekly column. I am Lucy. (Not Snorty McSnortferson, Stanley, Stinky Puppy, Lucimus Goosimus Valentinius Marcilinus, or any of the other undignified nicknames my family has invented for me. For crying out loud. Lucy is a perfectly respectable name. Please […]

Diary of a Discerning Dog

 Diary of a Discerning Dog Oh, hello. If this is our first meeting, then welcome to my weekly column. I am Lucy. (Not Snorty McSnortferson, Stanley, Stinky Puppy, Lucimus Goosimus Valentinius Marcilinus, or any of the other undignified nicknames my family has invented for me. For crying out loud. Lucy is a perfectly respectable name. Please … Continue reading Diary of a Discerning Dog

Snow Diary

This is a record of the Roder Family's experience with the epic storm of January 2016, dubbed "Snowzilla" by the Washington Post. (For the purposes of posterity, this writer will document all trials, difficulties, and opinions associated with the storm, including the fact that I think the name "Snowzilla" is a little lame.)   Wednesday, … Continue reading Snow Diary

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