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My four year old came to me with an interesting set of questions recently, and it’s left me really pondering whether or not I handled them appropriately.
If I could change one thing about my precious tween son, Michael, it would be what I’ve suitably dubbed “the one thing.” The one thing is a little trick that Michael seems to like to perform whenever I ask him … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned before how very stereotypical our family dynamics are in a slight old fashioned sense. Continue reading
Despite my experience, I don’t perceive myself to have all the magic parenting answers, simply because each pregnancy/birth/baby/kid/life is so different. Also, I don’t like to be a debby downer to new moms because that’s the last thing they need. … Continue reading
At the precious age of two, I forced my baby girl, my sweet Ali May, into middle-childhood. She actually did ok there for the most part it seemed. Last year we added her little sister to the middle-child club as … Continue reading