A toy room full of a toys and backyard full of the same and yet our boys constantly want one thing — us.
Somewhere along the line, “Be home when the street lights come on” and “Get lost!” became extinct. Previous generations simply believed that kids did not belong underfoot. Kids belonged out. Most everyone reading this would agree that when we were growing up the world was our oyster and we were expected to explore every nook and cranny until it was time for dinner, and in the summer months, again after dinner.
But somewhere between the Internet and 24/7 news coverage the world became a very scary place.
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