We’ve experimented with a lot. Here are some of our favorite parenting resources.

I resisted getting a trampoline, thinking it was a terrible idea. It’s one of the best purchases we’ve ever made. The net means kids aren’t falling on the ground, and they spend tons of time on it. Once again, the net means they aren’t falling on the ground–and our kids (especially our two boys) have tested the net for sturdiness and found that it holds very nicely.

All-terrain, indeed. This is quite the little wagon: it’s sturdy, durable, and easy to pull, and it navigates bumpy landscapes with far less difficulty than other wagons we’ve had.

We don’t just homeschool. We unschool. It means different things to different people, but I have an essay in this volume detailing some of our reasons why.

We’ve played this with the kids a few times. They really enjoy it, and so do we. There’s a simple lesson–buy assets, avoid liabilities. It’s something many adults, never mind kids, don’t understand.

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