Gaming with my mother was a formative memory for me, but sharing that experience with my own child is harder than I anticipated.
My kid loves playing Rayman Legends and Super Mario 3D World with me - but which one do I find the preferable experience?
After a rough first attempt, my child and I have had some positive experiences with our second attempt at Splatoon 2!
In which I learn that I probably should have done some additional research before letting my kid try Splatoon 2.
I picked up Kingdom Hearts III expecting to play it on my own. But when my child saw some familiar Disney faces, this game became a father/child project that's been a blast to experience as a team.
The Well-Red Mage has posed this very charged question to the blogging community at large - here's my answer.
Last Tuesday I posted about the 7 Wizard Spells that Every Parent Needs, courtesy of Dungeons and Dragons. But those spells didn't cover the plethora of scenarios in which magic could be helpful to a parent. So today let's talk about some more spells that are both practical and simple. These spells come from the... Continue Reading →
Parents want their children to be the very best that no one ever was. But with so many methods of child-rearing available, which one is the right one for you?