eCybermission – A Contest

I got an interesting new follower on Twitter yesterday…eCybermission. The more I checked out their site, the better it got. eCybermission is a math/science/technology competition sponsored by the US Army. It is open to children in 6th through 9th grades. Teams of 3 or 4 students can compete (all team members must be in the […]

HIP, Inaugural Edition

Welcome to the first ever HIP (Heroes In Parenting) awards! This project is all about finding and recognizing parents who are doing great things-big and small. With so much bad news swirling around us every day, it’s easy to get discouraged and start feeling like the world is a hopeless place. Not so! Read on, […]

HIP: How it Works

Tuesday I told you about my idea to celebrate parents who are doing heroic things. What did you think? I’m really excited about it! I think it’ll be fun, especially since we can all participate. (More on that shortly.) And oooh! Did you notice that Hero In Parenting makes a cool acronym? HIP. So we […]