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Sep04
Never Apologize for Kids Being Kids

Never Apologize for Kids Being Kids

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Why are we holding kids to adult standards when we’re out and about? On letting kids be kids and not apologizing for it. They are kids, after all.

Sep03
The Lament Of The “Perfect Dinner”

The Lament Of The “Perfect Dinner”

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I like to cook and I work from home, so in theory family dinner should be my forte. Real life doesn’t always work out the way I plan, unfortunately.

Aug29
A Terrible, Horrible, Not-So-Good, Very Bad Preschool Transition

A Terrible, Horrible, Not-So-Good, Very Bad Preschool Transition

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A mom needs advice since with her new and young preschooler who is having a really hard time at drop-off and with separation anxiety through out the day.

Aug26
A Tale Of Two Posters

A Tale Of Two Posters

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With my teens sharing a class for the first time, the inevitable comparisons are making me wonder how I can coax the best out of each of them.

Aug22
Grieving the Breastfeeding Relationship That Never Was

Grieving the Breastfeeding Relationship That Never Was

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This new and first-time mother is upset and sad because her breastfeeding relationship with her baby has come to an end sooner than she expected.

Aug20
When Baby Plays Favorites

When Baby Plays Favorites

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A new mom is concerned that their baby prefers her husband. Is this normal? What should she do?

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