SIP OR NO SIP - MY SON WANTS JUST A “TASTE” - JENNIFER KINDHOUSE
“What does it taste like?” “Can I try it and see?” These are questions I’ve been hearing a little more often from my nine-year-old son. Read Jennifer Kindhouse from Life in Italics on why she doesn’t allow her children to sip.
TALKING TO KIDS ABOUT ALCOHOL - JILL KRAUSE
Knowing the science behind underage drinking and the developing brain is important--especially when talking to your kids about alcohol and saying NO to peer pressure to drink. Hear from Jill Krause author of Baby Rabies on how she uses the science to teach her kids the facts about underage drinking.
SIPPING: DO YOU ALLOW IT? - SILI RECIO
1 in 4 moms believe sipping deters kids from drinking. Hear from Sili Recio from MyMamihood on why it’s important to know the facts about sipping.
THANKSGIVING TRADITIONS AND A SIP OF CONFUSION - WHIT HONEA
As traditions change so does the narrative. Make sure your rules about sipping are known--especially when guests or family are coming to dinner. Hear from Whit Honea from Dads4Change as he tackles controlling the narrative and combating generational differences on underage drinking.
ALCOHOL AND KIDS: DO LIFE CHOICES BEGIN WITH ONE SIP? - DE SU MAMA
Parents want their kids to know safety-based rules are there to protect them. And in order to do that, families should educate themselves and decide together how they want to proceed when it comes to sipping. Hear from Vanessa Bell, author of De Su Mama, on how she has prepared to answer her kids’ questions about alcohol and sipping when they arise.