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Emotionally Resilient Children

How to Raise Emotionally Resilient Children

Raising emotionally resilient children in a time of helicopter parenting is seriously divergent from the overbearing norm we’ve become accustomed to. You know the parents – they move along the ground under the monkey bars for fear their little one could fall. They apologize on behalf of their child. Or worse, demand apologies from others […]

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The Case Against Potty Training- Why I Stuck With a Diaper (a little longer)

The Case Against Potty Training: Why I Stuck With a Diaper (a little longer)

Potty training is one of those things in parenthood that is unavoidable. When and how to potty train are common topics of conversation amongst those of us in the throes of toddlerhood. Much like everything in parenthood (in life?), there is a great deal of pressure and judgment around potty training. Parents seem to judge […]

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Take your own Measure Your Child is More than a Mark on a Checklist

Take Your Own Measure: Your Child is More than a Mark on a Checklist

If you are concerned about your child’s development, there are plenty of checklists on the Internet that can scare you into thinking your child is way behind. There are the CDC’s Developmental Milestones checklists, growth charts, and a myriad of other measurement tools aimed to gauge where your child is at for his or her […]

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