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Through the Eyes of a Child

Young children have all the answers. They simplify the problem and their solutions are often immediate and…impossible. We’ve decided on a last-minute trip to see my family before Christmas (we can’t make it for the holiday this year.) This is … Continue reading

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Conversations with Ourselves

I mentioned a few months ago how my husband and I consistently ended up shouting at one another just to be heard over the din of “LOOK AT ME, LOOK AT ME, LOOK AT ME!” that my toddlers put forth … Continue reading

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Toddler Tricks – 58: Getting Them to Shut Up

Problem: The title sounds a little harsh, but if your toddlers are anything like mine, they talk your ear off. They talk and talk and talk, and it’s not passive conversation where they’re content to babble at you, nor is … Continue reading

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Livestreaming Now – Three Year Olds

Have you seen this? Jason Good hit gold with this little diatribe of thoughts that must run through his two year old’s head. At three, children are so much more mature, you’ve no idea. They’ve truly grown and expanded their … Continue reading

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SO HOW WAS YOUR DAY?

“Hi, honey! I’m thinking meatloaf or burgers for dinner. What would you like?” “Um, meatloaf. Do we have the cheese?” “YES. WE HAVE THE CHEESE. I’LL MAKE IT WITH THE CHEESE.” “OKAY. GREAT. I’M GOING TO GO FOR A RUN … Continue reading

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