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Aug26
A Tale Of Two Posters

A Tale Of Two Posters

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With my teens sharing a class for the first time, the inevitable comparisons are making me wonder how I can coax the best out of each of them.

Aug19
Baby’s First Debit Card

Baby’s First Debit Card

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I remember what a big deal my first checking account was, and can hardly believe I’m already there with my own kid. How does that little ATM card mean so much??

Aug12
Suicide Isn’t Just Other People’s Problem

Suicide Isn’t Just Other People’s Problem

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Suicide isn’t something that only touches rich celebrities or people we don’t care about. Suicide touches the lives of regular people. Suicide touches the lives of people who are left trying to wrap their brains around why they couldn’t save their loved ones.

Aug05
(A)synchronicity

(A)synchronicity

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Asynchronous development can be worrisome and/or baffling, but it’s simply a difference that brings its own challenges and even joys.

Jul30
How to Turn Kids into Self-Sufficient & Productive Members of Society

How to Turn Kids into Self-Sufficient & Productive Members of Society

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Honesty is the best policy, but I routine lie to my teenagers on one very important point… and I’m going to keep doing it, too.

Jul22
Back on the Band-Wagon, and Loving It

Back on the Band-Wagon, and Loving It

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I thought nothing could be better than witnessing the benefits marching band brought to my daughter’s life… until my son followed in her footsteps.

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