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10 Books for Toddler Separation Anxiety

Preparing a little one for preschool, or any type of consistent separation, can be a nerve wracking task. As I began planning for my two-year-old’s first preschool experience, I spent a lot of time thinking about how she would handle the separation. How do you adequately explain the process of separation to a two year old? […]

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A Bad Parenting Day

Every once and a while, I have an awful day as a stay-at-home mom. Don’t feel too bad for me, as these days are thankfully few and far between. But a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day sneaks up and bites me when I’m least prepared. A runny nose, sore throat, sleepless nights, and four […]

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5 Life Lessons to Learn From a Toddler

Toddlers are complex little beings; one minute my daughter is fearlessly attempting a jump off the couch, and the next she’s afraid of her baby-sitter. It’s a complicated and BIG world to navigate if you are 36 inches tall, have been walking for less than a year, and still haven’t the slightest idea how to tie […]

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5 Ways to Be a Better Mom Friend

As parents we spend so much time teaching our children the importance of being polite, gracious, gentle, respectful, kind, and so forth. We reinforce these attributes day in and day out – “Be kind to your sister!”, say “Please and Thank you!’ – but often times it seems we forget how crucial our own behavior impacts the […]

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