On the Other Side of Trump’s Wall

This past summer, my family and I spent almost two months on the other side of Trump's proposed wall. We went to Mexico to learn Spanish, and, of course, relax a bit. The beaches were beautiful, the snorkeling amazing, the Mayan ruins breath-taking, and the Metzli Family Spanish School was a blast. But it was the stories we heard... Continue Reading →


Helping Children Manage Strong Emotions

Human children are a very unprofitable investment. They require a lot of time and labor. They break stuff. They’re expensive. And they yell and throw fits. Most other animal babies—ponies, rats, chickens—are fully capable of adult living by the age of one or two. They even move out, or at least they start catching their own... Continue Reading →

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