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Sep15
When Should My Toddler Sleep With a Pillow?

When Should My Toddler Sleep With a Pillow?

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At what age does comfort finally edge out the risk?

Sep15
The Line in the Sand

The Line in the Sand

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I have been eating my words for a long time. Almost 16 years. There are few things left to which I say “never” and admittedly most of those things have the words “as long as you are a minor and living in my house” preceding the word never.

Sep09
Is Technology Making Us Better Parents?

Is Technology Making Us Better Parents?

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Or more paranoid parents who use technology as a way feeling like we have control?

Aug30
To Time Out Or Not

To Time Out Or Not

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How young is too young for a time-out?

Aug25
Five Mistakes Every Kid Should be Allowed to Make

Five Mistakes Every Kid Should be Allowed to Make

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As parents our first inclination is to rush in and save our children when something goes wrong in their lives, or to shield them and prevent whatever the “bad” thing is from happening in the first place. Sadly, we all learn better through making our own mistakes. Sometimes watching the inevitable really does hurt us as parents more than it hurts them.

May25
The Sibling Regression

The Sibling Regression

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I believe I’ve mentioned once or twice or fourteen-dozen times that my older son became…intensely challenging in the weeks and months right after we brought his baby brother home. He was three years old, and he was AWFUL. I feel like I can call him that because 1) he’s not, anymore, and 2) because he was objectively, literally, monumentally AWFUL.

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