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She Wants a Little Sister…Hah

So, for the past few days, I have been having a raging argument about whether or not I’ll have another baby. Not with my husband, but with one of my kids. She won’t give it up, starting in the morning … Continue reading

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Preschool Pointers – 28: You Don’t Have to Distract All the Time

Problem: Your kids aren’t being reasonable (again!). You’ve asked them to do something and they won’t do it, and not only that, now they’re whining about it (or worse, throwing a tantrum). Or they’re throwing a tantrum over over whether … Continue reading

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Special Days — Twins’ Style

My twins are four. They know they are different people. They know it. Yet their lives revolve around this fierce competition, a strange competition, in which no one must win or lose, but all things must be equal at all … Continue reading

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The Dark Ages of Twindom

Some problems are exacerbated with twins. I’m sure some twins are expertly behaved at all times, and some singletons have many more issues than my twins, but I’m saying that some issues exist purely in the realm of twindom. I’m … Continue reading

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Toddler Tricks – 88: Stop Talking

Problem: You’re talking again. And again and again and again. It’s not your fault. You’ve been programmed. You know that why you answer one question, another is coming, and then another, and another after that. You’ve done this dance so … Continue reading

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The Alternate Dimension of the SAHM

It’s 8 a.m., and I’m telling my girls that they can switch jackets after lunch if they hate the ones they’re wearing so much. I’m arguing with them over who changed out of their nighties first yesterday and whose turn … Continue reading

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Little Kids – They’re Just Like People, Only Smaller (Part I)

You can learn so much about human nature from observing little kids as they begin to make their way in the world. This morning, Dulce taught me how people argue and why little things can carry so much weight for … Continue reading

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