Picking up Speed
First, it was slow food — you know, the antidote to “fast food.”
Now, it seems, the “slow movement” is taking hold and expanding to other walks of life.
Slow design. Slow living. Slow money. Slow sex (from wikipedia, not me!)
And now slow parenting (the label may be new, but the idea isn’t: I remember a New York Times piece years ago making the case for parents’ spending “quantity time” (vs. “quality time) with their children).
I suppose the good thing about a trend like this is that you don’t have to worry about missing it . . .