These prodigies are off to a fast start thanks to their natural
gifts — and supportive parents
This queen of the greens might be future golf royalty
Thirteen-year-old Annick Haczkiewicz (hutch-kuh-veech) has a regular Friday night skins game that is anything but regular: “I play with a bunch of older guys that are like 80 years old and stuff, and we play for money,” she says, and often enough, Haczkiewicz wins. The older fellows like to give each other the gears about losing to a small girl, but really you can’t blame ’em — Haczkiewicz has a 2 handicap and a killer short game.
When it comes to kids and tech, no one knows how much is too much — but it’s clear all these screens are changing them
The iPotty — I’m not making this up — is a toilet training seat that looks like a small school desk, on which an iPad replaces the desktop. Or there’s Fisher Price’s Apptivity seat for newborns and toddlers — a baby bouncer with an iPad mount.
In a hyperconnected digital age, how do you manage your kids’ social media use? Parents: If your head is spinning trying to keep up with Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest and Instagram, well, brace yourself for the next wave: Ask.fm, Tagged, MeetMe, Snapchat.
An unorthodox couple finds grace in the challenges of co-parenting
Family life now commonly comes with challenges that were exceptional a couple generations ago: divorced parents, joint custody, two-home arrangements. Diana England and Tammy Goodrich have all these, plus some other potentially complicating factors: They’re a same-sex former couple who adopted their children, Audrey and Logan, birth-siblings now 7 and 6 years old, respectively.