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Parenting Many Children

“It was a bit of a nightmare really. Angus, my 3-year-old, needed a diaper change but was really resisting that, screaming, and trying to run away. I finally got it…

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Learning Happens on the Circle

I ’ve been spending a bit of time at the local skate park lately. My 1-year-old daughter just loves watching people skating, riding bikes and scooters, so it’s become a…

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Is Shark Music Predictable?

M y one-year-old son was having a bath the other night and was playing happily in the tub. He has these bath stickers with little suction cups on the back…

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A Pothole in the Road

I t’s spring here where I live in the north country, and I’m reminded of an old saying. “We have two seasons here, winter and road construction.” And so, as…

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Cues and Miscues

P arenting is hard, and just when things are going well, things change. I met a dad who was talking about how bedtime with his 5-year-old daughter has recently become…

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It’s in the Repair!

T oday I was playing with my nephew. He’s 2 ½ years old. He had the doctor’s kit and pulled out the blood pressure monitor, holding the inflation valve against…

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All Fall Down

I t’s not always easy to know what our children need. I’ve recently had lots of moments of missing the mark with my infant daughter as she learns to move…

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Texting For Connection

I got a text from my adult daughter the other day. It contained a cartoon about making the bed. There were four frames. The first was a cat lying on…

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