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Jun10
Report Card Time for Mom

Report Card Time for Mom

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What if the tables were turned and you as a parent were going to get graded on your child’s report card for things like your child doing their homework, coming to class prepared, getting enough sleep, your perceived involvement in their education? How do you think you would do?

Jun10
Still But Not Silent: Honoring Stillborn Babies

Still But Not Silent: Honoring Stillborn Babies

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How do you balance respecting other’s feelings and recognizing the child you lost? Cecily of Uppercase Woman provides some guidance.

Jun07
Claiming Small Victories

Claiming Small Victories

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Train yourself to find the win in every day situations. Even in the less obvious ones.

Jun06
Inclusive Special Education Benefits Everyone

Inclusive Special Education Benefits Everyone

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There is a little note tacked up on the front of my refrigerator. A couple of typed lines on a torn piece of paper. I will frequently do this when I find a quote that resonates with me, or one I hope will speak to my children. I figure that my teenagers are in the refrigerator enough times a day there might as well be something there that inspires thought other than what they want to stuff into their stomachs.

Currently on the refrigerator hangs this quote:

There is one word which may serve as a rule of practice for all one’s life – reciprocity. ~Confucius

Jun03
The Mealtime Wanderer

The Mealtime Wanderer

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Oh, I’m the type of toddler who will never settle down, put food on the table and I just like to roam around…

May27
Advice for a Lifetime

Advice for a Lifetime

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I have been thinking about the sort of things I want them to know before they head off into the world, to college, and beyond. The things I wish I had realized before I was much older.

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