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  • What To Teach Your Children About Failure
    on Dec 16, 2016 in failure
    Are you familiar with the movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? Remember than song about failure? Here's a reminder:Every bursted bubble has a glory!Each abysmal failure makes a point!Every glowing path that goes astray,Shows you how to find a better w...
  • Parents Grow, Too
    on Dec 15, 2016
    We parents sometimes seem to get over-occupied with monitoring our children’s inches and ounces while guiding their steps in the social, emotional,  linguistic, cognitive and whatever-else department. Our efforts to safeguard our offspring’s...
  • How To Survive Toddlers
    on Sep 2, 2016 in Judgment Messes Tantrums Toddlers
    My daughter is approaching age two and we're experiencing all the fun things like everything being colored on, negotiating everything, constant messes, feeling like you don't have a life because no one wants to be around them, etc.  It's going t...
  • "Day Dreaming" Among Students May Not Be All Bad
    on Aug 18, 2016 in back to school Education
    As school begins across the country, you may remember back on your own days as a student. I bet many of us recall sitting in class and our mind began to wander or "day dream." Or maybe it wasn't you, but a classmate you (or the teacher) could tell wa...
  • Making Exceptions To Your Parental RulesParenting is hard.  I like to teach my children to take responsibility for their own actions as much as possible, but once in a while I find it necessary to break that rule.  My son was supposed to go to High Adventure on Thursday morning.&...
  • Princess Culture and Gender Stereotypes
    on Jul 21, 2016 in parenting girls pre-school
    A research study about Disney princesses? Now this is research we can really use in our daily lives as parents. As a mom of boys, I have secretly been relieved that I didn't have to go through the "princess phase." But wait! This resea...
  • Screen-Free Activity Ideas for Summer BreakSummer break is now in full swing, and the struggle has become real for parents as they balance screen-time and outside time with their children. Unfortunately, or fortunately, Pokemon Go has helped get people outside, but still with their screens. I...
  • Being A Team With Your Child's Teacher
    on Jul 1, 2016 in Learning Lying Parenting School Teachers
    This picture is explained under #1A couple of my kids require almost no communication with their teachers throughout the school year.  But my one child in particular?  I love him.  He gets lots of attention because of his "interesting"...
  • You Can Survive Colic
    on Jun 16, 2016 in baby colic
    I recently came across a very interesting article from The New Yorker entitled, The Colic Conundrum and oh, how I could relate to this article. My son (now 19 months) was quite fussy as an infant and although he was never formally diagnosed...
  • What To Do When Your Child Is OverweightAs a disclaimer, I'm not an expert, but I speak from experience.  Encouraging a loved one to lose weight is one of the touchiest subjects that can be approached and whatever you say can really backfire.  I have a critical grandmother w...
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