By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
The young drop coverage to avoid higher premiums
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
So you're visiting someone's home with your child and hot chocolate is served. As the hostess' children sip the delicious concoction politely and silently, your own little dear takes a gulp and promptly spits it back into the mug.
Politicians appear to be on a whistle-stop tour of infidelity. It's the McGreevey-Dann-Spitzer show — and then some.
This helps with more than sleep, Ms. Druckerman said: It's also a crucial building block to developing patience.
"I had always assumed that some kids were good at waiting, and others weren't," she said in the interview. "I didn't realize one could teach a child to wait."