Three's a <br/> Crowd.
I'll be on my third honeymoon, so I'm more of an authority than I care to be
Seaver, who was a psychiatrist, would have reprimanded his children. It's the child's role in the family to take care of the dog. ... Growing Pains
If the kids overspent, they would have to pay it back from their allowance after having a sit-down. Or if Mrs. Seaver did this, she and her husband would have a late-night sit-down in their pajamas about setting a bad example. ... Growing Pains
The Seavers would have properly registered all firearms. They would have obeyed all the rules about firearms. And they would also have gotten training. ... Growing Pains
Dr. Seaver would have sent four or five e-mails asking his neighbors to be quiet because his kids were studying or it was too late. ... Growing Pains
If it is a first offense, you ground them and have a talk. The second offense would call for counseling. ... Growing Pains
He was kind enough to take me under his wing.
Naomi was booked and then got booked again, apparently at some precinct in New York.
My priority is to turn people - especially kids - on to sports and being active so they don't even have to think about it being good for their health. If people participate for the fun of it, and believe me - it is fun, then fitness programs will be much more successful.
And introduce an element of cynicism and darkness into it and just realize that we're all vulnerable. We are humans. There is a finite end to this life and we're all going to face it and a little silliness can help.
If one tends to be a humorous person and you have a sense of humor the rest of your life then you can certainly lighten the load, I think, by bringing that to your trials and tribulations. It's easy to have a sense of humor when everything is going well.
My two boys were the same ages as the kids in the show. In real life or in between the breaks I was raising two kids off camera who were not unlike the two kids who were being paid to be my kids.
So there was a constant flow and a thin line there between reality and television and yes, much of what I was experiencing in my real life was also what was going on in the television show to the extent that I had to take writers' advice and from the counselors around.
Family involvement is a valuable thing and playing together actively can be the '90s version of it. Instead of just watching, you can do it together... something we don't spend enough time on. We can motivate and excite each other about fitness.