Every so often, the topic of parents' nudity in front of children comes on the PSP groups. Here is a culmination and summary of what parents share.
Being a Parent
PSP members talk about books for young kids with a compelling father character.
Are you nervous to drive alone with a baby?
As one young parent shares: "Starting soon I'm going to be taking several short road trips alone with my child. Before having kids, I found myself in a few accidents that were my fault--never have been hurt but did some damage to the car. I haven't been driving in the city (where I find drivers far crazier than in other cities) in several years and not since having my child. I'm nervous about driving...
One parent asks PSP what it is like to raise a large family in Brooklyn.
A local Dad discusses his personal relationship with his father to understand the pressures of being a parent.
Considering being a "Mommy Blogger" or just want to learn more? This article discusses how PSP's (former) blog editor first started blogging!
An interview with Lenore Skenazy of "Free Range Kids" fame - about one mom who broke all the parenting rules.
Local Dad examines at his parenting techniques through the lens of his international friends.
One local dad shares his story on the little gestures we as parents do that turn into a unique family habit.
One parent shares her personal experience of being a Mom in Brooklyn.
What Keith Richards can teach us about being parents.
Evaluating evaluation: how one parent interprets evaluation.
An article about what one local dad learned from popular and literary culture - from Homer Simpson to Atticus Finch
One local dad talks about what being a father means to him.
An article about the simple pleasures local Park Slope Parents allow for themselves.
An opinion, personal story about being a parent in the neighborhood - using monkey's as an allegory.
one Dad discusses the small victories of being a Parent.
A personal story about being a Lesbian mom.
The importance of making time just for your kids.
Parents discuss how fathers and partners can bond with their baby.