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Category Archives: Parenting
On August 1 to 7, let’s celebrate World Breastfeeding Week! Breastfeeding is the natural way to feed a child with major health benefits for parents and babies. Parents have the right to breastfeed anywhere, anytime – a right protected by … Continue reading
One year ago we prepared to send my oldest daughter off to university. The final year of high school had kept us busy: driver’s license √, university acceptance √, prom √. We made it; but we had a new mountain … Continue reading
Put your hand up if you remember stealing something when you were a kid. I bet there are lots of hands raised right now! It’s not unusual for kids to take something that doesn’t belong to them, without asking permission, … Continue reading
You lie in bed, hearing the cries coming from the crib. The baby’s awake again, but you are so tired you dread getting out of bed. The days and nights are starting to blur together, and you’ve lost track of … Continue reading
Hi Mommy – it’s me again. Yes, it’s dark outside, but I can’t read clocks and all I know is that I need you. When I wake up because my tummy is grumbling, I need you.
My friend had placed a box of chocolate bars for a fundraiser on her hall table. She was happy to see they were disappearing quickly and assumed her husband must have sold a bunch of them at work.
When I took my son to the dentist for the first time, he was about three years old. It was a disaster! And this was a child who was normally happy, agreeable, social, and who listened to reason! He did … Continue reading