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Mar31
Dieting In The Wake Of Anorexia

Dieting In The Wake Of Anorexia

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Years of trying to send the “food is awesome!” message while my child struggled with anorexia left me unhealthy; now I have to figure out healthy dieting.

Mar30
Cluster Nursing Your Baby Barracuda

Cluster Nursing Your Baby Barracuda

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A FTM mom is not ready to wean her breastfed infant but needs a break from the non-stop nursing when she is home from her her part-time work. What are her options?

Mar25
Lesson Learned: All Apologies

Lesson Learned: All Apologies

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One of my teens learned a hard lesson about not always getting the apology you deserve, and I realized I have a long way to go in this area, too.

Mar20
Is Tween the New Toddler?

Is Tween the New Toddler?

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The preteen years can come with a roller coaster of emotions. I’m learning how to handle my unpredictable child and find the sweet moments too.

Mar18
Thoughts on the Underscheduled Child

Thoughts on the Underscheduled Child

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With kids in activities and sports every single day of the week, there’s something to be said about just playing and being together.

Mar17
Independence For Lunch, One Way Or Another

Independence For Lunch, One Way Or Another

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Challenging my teenager to manage her own school lunches is giving me palpitations, but it’s time and—one way or another—she can handle it.

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