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Apr10
Are Your Kids Being Treated Like an Invisible Patient?

Are Your Kids Being Treated Like an Invisible Patient?

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Sometimes you need to be your child’s advocate when you’re dealing with a doctor or dentist that is not giving them the respect and kindness children deserve when receiving medical care.

Apr08
Best TV Shows to Watch with Tweens

Best TV Shows to Watch with Tweens

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now that my boys are 11 and 13, there are a lot more shows that we can all enjoy and watch together. No more gritting our teeth through painful kid programming like The Wonder Pets or the one show that makes me want to scratch my skin off with a dull butter knife—Jessie. We’re in the sweet spot where we can happily meet in the middle with entertainment that isn’t too kid or too adult. Here are some of our family’s current favorites.

Apr07
The Dance Of Disclosure

The Dance Of Disclosure

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To disclose or not to disclose: that’s the question when you’re dealing with special needs and increasing independence. My teens are figuring it out.

Apr06
Toddler Attachments: What’s Normal?

Toddler Attachments: What’s Normal?

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A mom’s young toddler doesn’t miss her after being separated all weekend and is easily going to strangers. Is this a phase? Is this normal toddler behavior? Is there anything to be concerned about?

Apr02
Easy Spring Flower Garland DIY

Easy Spring Flower Garland DIY

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This flower garland is super easy to make from tissue paper and a great decoration to for any Spring party.

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.

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