Moms Talk: How Many Children's Activities Can Parents Juggle?
And what should St. Louis moms and dads do if they're told a team won't happen unless they participate?
Suppose you've just signed up to be a room parent at your second-grader's St. Louis school. You are already the designated driver of neighborhood children because other parents say they're unable to take on that role.
Now your son comes home from school and tells you that if you don't coach soccer, he won't have a team on which to play. Other parents say they are working or too busy to do this for their kids.
So onto this week's question: What do you do about the soccer team?