David Palay is single, without kids. But he has thoughts on giving allowance and how a Jewish perspective can teach fiscal responsibility. Do you agree with him?
Purim begs the question: What, pray tell, are we teaching our kids with this drinking, eating and dressing up holiday of ours?
Tired? Crabby? Me, too! It’s time to get out of this rut. Here’s one fab way to focus on gratitude as a family.
As single parents, we daily make decisions that affect multiple stakeholders. Some decisions make it difficult to stay altruistic in a self-seeking situation.
The 100th day of school is a BIG deal in the under six set. Like births. And bat mitzvahs. And weddings. A BIG deal like that.
I’ve always used Jewish stereotypes to get out of doing things many other Minnesotans do. But later this week I’m heading to outstate Minnesota.
You know you’ve always wanted to know. No church. No presents. No ham. What DO we Jews do on the BIG 12-25? Well here it is.
People are proud of not gift-giving their kids and I don’t get it. Read first. Argue second. I’m ducking for cover and ready.
In one week I brought Hanukkah into a public school and brought Kayli to a Christmas play. And the world didn’t even fall apart.
Yes, we celebrate Halloween. And no, that doesn’t make us any less Jewish than you. I promise.