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Young Child
Dec15
To Santa Or Not To Santa

To Santa Or Not To Santa

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The eternal holiday question: Is Santa lying to your kids, harmless fun…or something more meaningful than that?

Dec15
The Lies We Tell

The Lies We Tell

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Lying is a necessary part of parenting. Not lying about big things. It’s the small things, the so-called white lies. Any parent that tells me they never lie to their kids, well, I think they are lying.

Dec08
Boys & Their Toys

Boys & Their Toys

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Are toy guns an inevitable part of Christmas morning with little boys? Is it fruitless to fight them…or irresponsible not to?

Nov29
Developmental Zig-Zags

Developmental Zig-Zags

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Developmental delays in preschoolers rarely set you down a straight path. What to do when you’re handed more forks in the road than you can handle.

Nov11
Hoop Dreams

Hoop Dreams

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So, I read all your helpful suggestions from last week about my dilemma with toilet paper tubes on the floor and this is what happened….

Nov04
I Never Knew I’d  Have So Much to Say About Toilet Paper, Then I Had Kids

I Never Knew I’d Have So Much to Say About Toilet Paper, Then I Had Kids

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I always hear people complain that their family members can’t seem to change the roll of toilet paper when it runs out. I don’t have that problem. It was solved the one time my head spun around in a full circle and pea soup spewed from my mouth, frightening my children into submission. I do have a different toilet paper problem, one for which I can’t manage to muster as much outrage. See for yourself…

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