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Jul28
After the Diagnosis

After the Diagnosis

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You can’t make me. I still recall the first time my son said this to me. He was three years old. He was standing at the top of the staircase and I was at the bottom. I had sent him up to his room for a timeout and he refused, only going as far as […]

Jul26
Little-Kid-Sized Backpacks

Little-Kid-Sized Backpacks

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Last year, I was excited by the new back-to-school designs of the classic backpack maker Jansport. But this year, I’m really loving the smaller and more size-appropriate backpacks for little ones. Whenever I see a preschooler weighed down by an over-sized backpack I resist the urge to run behind him or her. They seem moments […]

Jul26
Breastfeeding & Air Travel

Breastfeeding & Air Travel

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What to do when you’re flying with the pump…but not the baby.

Jul21
7 Universal Truths About Raising Teenagers

7 Universal Truths About Raising Teenagers

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I don’t have babies. But some days I think chasing a toddler around the pool’s edge would be less exhausting than parenting older kids. I present to you these 7 Universal Truths about parenting teenagers.

Jul19
What to Expect at Occupational Therapy

What to Expect at Occupational Therapy

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When should you expect progress? When should you demand a change?

Jul13
The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Baby Books

The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Baby Books

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We’ve covered baby food and cloth diapers, so it only makes sense that we’d help you out on baby books, an area where even the most committed of us will lose interest and focus.

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