You now live with your wife's teenage siblings.
You no longer have adequate sleeping arrangements for yourself, your oldest son, nor your wife.
Your son's teenage uncle is being a bad role model for your son.
You struggle with your job (work from home or at an office?).
Your wife focuses her time on the youngest son, swinging his bouncy (I ...
It just seems frivolous, dilatory, and procrastinative to wait for children to go to school to learn a skill that extends much further than academia does. The skill is necessary for academia, profession, daily life, and even free time just for fun or family issues.
I want to challenge this claim of yours. Children develop. Is it frivolous, dilatory, and ...