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Parenting
Feb04
Homework, How Much Should Parents Do

Homework, How Much Should Parents Do

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I finally let go when I realized I was not doing my children any favors by doing their work for them, even though deep down I feel as though I am judged when my children hand in less than perfect homework assignments.

Feb03
Toddlers & the Dentist

Toddlers & the Dentist

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Dental visits for a two-year-old? Dental INSURANCE for a two-year-old? Discuss!

Feb01
Becoming a Gluten-Free Family

Becoming a Gluten-Free Family

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We went gluten-free, and I cried over sandwiches, but then it got better.

Jan31
Pro/Antibiotics

Pro/Antibiotics

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The best ways to offset the unfortunate diaper-related side effects of antibiotics.

Jan28
Letting Your Kids Go

Letting Your Kids Go

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One of the most difficult things I have found about being a mother surprised me. It wasn’t the sleepless nights or the tantrums. It wasn’t the whining or the endless bickering. It wasn’t even the fights about going to bed and then the same fights about getting up in the morning. No, the most difficult thing about being a mother has been letting them go.

Jan24
The Common-Sense Approach to Baby-Proofing

The Common-Sense Approach to Baby-Proofing

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What works? What’s essential? And what’s a complete waste of your money and time?

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