Are U.S. kids the world’s most spoiled children?

An essay by Elizabeth Kolbert in the New Yorker book review explores the theme of “spoiled” American kids and introduces a new stage of development, new to me at least, called “Adultescence.” Adultescence is defined as extended adolescence, something which we see...

Cake, But No Presents, Please

CRANFORD, N.J., July 22 — At Gavin Brown’s 4th birthday party, the usual detritus lined the edges of the backyard: sippy cups, sunscreen, water shoes, stuffed animals. There were 44 guests and as many buns on the grill, in addition to an elaborate ice cream cake...

You’re Never Too Young To Be Charitable

At Share Your Wish, we believe that teaching our children the virtues of generosity and selflessness by helping others is of utmost importance.  We believe it gives them a sense of empowerment, and respect for others that they will take with them for the rest of their...

Making Share Your Wish a Teachable Moment

You have decided to use Share Your Wish for your child’s party, now it is time to share the site with your child.  Here are some tips: Ages 1-2 yrs If you are planning a child’s first or second birthday it would be challenging to sit down with your child and explain...

Share Your Wish Has Finally Arrived!!

We can hardly believe it ourselves, but the day has finally come.  Today marks the official launch of Share Your Wish to the public, and we are so happy to have you all present while we cut the red ribbon. I find it very interesting how we created this business with...

Sandy Provides a Teachable Moment

As I sat on a line waiting to fill my car up with gas, I could not help but think of all those completely devastated by Hurricane Sandy. My heart aches for those who lost their lives and homes. I watch the destruction on television and feel sick. I am truly fortunate...
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