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Potty Training: From Failure to Success

Generally speaking, I am a pretty put together mom. I love to research things, am usually on time to activities, and, therefore, stay pretty calm, cool, and collected. However, potty training ROCKED MY WORLD on the first attempt. It was an epic failure on all fronts and left me feeling totally out of control. After […]

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Mom vs. Screen: One Family’s Attempt to Follow “No Screen Time Until Age Two”

By now, you probably know the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests parents avoid exposing their infants and children (under age two) to screens of any kind (e.g. TV, smart phones, iPads, etc.). This makes a lot of sense, right? Those little brains are specially geared toward learning through hands-on exploration and face-to-face interaction. That, and the research confirms that […]

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Forever Young: An Ode to My Not So Baby Girl

Recently, I came across the lyrics from Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young.” I’m a visual learner; although I’ve heard the song many times, I’ve never actually taken in the words. Once I read something, that’s when it sinks in, and, man, did these lyrics sink in. (Read them here.) I think those lyrics really hit me because in […]

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