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Apr04

Kids and computers: is early exposure all that important?

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The other day, my husband expressed his concern that Henry is, at the tender age of 5 and a few months, a computer semi-illiterate. Surprising as this may be for the child of two parents who are on the computer almost all the time, Henry has little to no interest in the computer. He rarely […]

Mar28

The bullying epidemic

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The New York Times this week profiled Billy Wolfe, a high school sophomore who has been the target of emotional and physical abuse at the hands of his classmates. Three years ago, for whatever mysterious, cruel reason, the school bullies determined that he was unacceptable. Since then he has been beaten and terrorized, again and […]

Mar14

Was the California homeschool ruling ridiculous, or justified?

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A California appellate judge ruled that according to state law, homeschooling is illegal. Californian homeschoolers everywhere are surprised to hear that they’ve been flouting the law since the 1950s, but that, at least according to Judge H. Walter Croskey, is the case. Needless to say, this news is unnerving to homeschoolers in California—as well as […]

Mar14

When The Worst Happens: Dealing with Pregnancy Loss

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Hi Amy, I know that you have not experienced this particular pregnancy horror, but you give excellent advice and also maybe some of your readers out there have been through this. Up until last week I was pregnant with twins. 19 weeks pregnant! Supposedly past the point where the bad stuff can happen! And yet, […]

Mar07
Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time Move

Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time Move

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baby%20sleeping.jpgDaylight Savings (“Spring Forward “) is this weekend. Swellbeing has a step-by-step plan to your baby transition well during the daylight savings time adjustment.

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Mar07

Boys on this side,girls on the other: is single-sex public education a good idea?

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The New York Times magazine this week covered the single-sex public education movement. Of course single-sex education is nothing new—just ask parochial and private school students. But as stories crop up of how our school system fails boys and girls, the idea of segregating students in public schools by sex is gaining credibility. In the […]

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