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Health & Safety
Jan11
Postpartum Anxiety in the Year 2012

Postpartum Anxiety in the Year 2012

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I had a baby and now I can’t stop worrying about the end of the world! Is this normal?

Jan09
Big Kid Bedwetting

Big Kid Bedwetting

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How to help an older child stay dry at night…and feeling good about themselves on the nights when they don’t.

Dec19
Alcohol and Breastfeeding

Alcohol and Breastfeeding

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What’s safe? What’s not? And how can you possibly know for sure?

Dec07
When You Simply Have To Wean

When You Simply Have To Wean

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Medical issues mean I have to stop breastfeeding my son. How can I make the process as easy as possible for us both?

Dec02
The Three Car Seat Dilemma

The Three Car Seat Dilemma

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Can you have three car seats without having to succumb to a minivan? And, really is a minivan all that bad?

Nov18
An Open Letter to My Teenage Sons

An Open Letter to My Teenage Sons

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The unspoken burden of having children is that you always put yourself into another mother’s shoes. Every hurt or negected child in the world suddenly has a face, your child’s face. It is particularly difficult when something happens in the news to children that are the same ages as your own. The pain you feel for the other mothers is tangible and raw.

I have also thought of Mike McQueardy’s mother and wonder how great her disappointment is in the son she raised.

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