Disney’s “The Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience” opens tonight at midnight, and the pressure to attend the very first showing is hanging around our home like a cold that just won’t go away.
The Jonas Brothers virus hit our home about two years ago and has not lifted its tight grip off my 13-year-old daughter since then. The cost of the treatment for OJD, Obsessive Jonas Disorder, is up there with the cost of a routine out-patient procedure: Twelve concert tickets, hotels, gasoline, attire, and arts and crafts materials for the obligatory sign any true Jonas fan must have at all the Bros events, must be hovering around $1,000 (probably more, but I don’t want to face the music!).
Why and how would a parent support such an obsession, and how do you raise a kid and remain grounded? Simple, at least for me, and I consider myself a pretty...