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Jun11
A Guide To Thrifting With Your Teen

A Guide To Thrifting With Your Teen

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Think clothes shopping with your teen has to be excruciating? Thrifting together is a great way to save money and have fun while you do it.

Jun10
On Night “Wakings” That Actually…Aren’t

On Night “Wakings” That Actually…Aren’t

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My one-year-old wakes up multiple times at night, but can’t be comforted and gets angry when I try to calm him down! What’s going on here? How can I help us all get some restful sleep?

Jun10
Why is Playing with My Kids So Hard?

Why is Playing with My Kids So Hard?

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5 tips for parents on being more present and less distracted when spending time with your children.

Jun06
It’s Okay to Tell Your Kid You’re Proud of Them, Just Don’t be LOUD About It

It’s Okay to Tell Your Kid You’re Proud of Them, Just Don’t be LOUD About It

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Every year at this time, our elementary school holds individual ceremonies for the third, fourth and fifth grades. Anyway, that part of the event is all fine and good and it’s great to see the kids get their little medals and certificates. But then? Then things take a very obnoxious turn. Because that’s when the principal thanks everyone for coming, makes some closing remarks and opens up the mic. To the audience. Of parents….

Jun05
Summer Reading Book Recommendations From My Teens

Summer Reading Book Recommendations From My Teens

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A summer recommended book reading list from my teenagers; they love sci-fi, fantasy, coming-of-age teen drama, and (of course) manga.

Jun04
Letter To My Son On His High School Graduation Day

Letter To My Son On His High School Graduation Day

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Tomorrow afternoon you are going stand in an auditorium with a thousand other kids your age. People will speak. Some parents will dab tears. Others will be elbowing their way to a prime position in order to take a photo with their zoom lens. I don’t need to tell you which group I will be in.

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