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When Kids Learn Hospitality By Example

One of my most embarrassing moments as a parent was also the moment I realized my son was learning how to be a proper host. read more

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Being Brave when My Girls are Watching

The stroller wheel hit a bump and stopped, but I was still moving forward. The stroller came tumbling down, and I catapulted over it. I felt each part of my body hit the concrete. My shins. Knees. Wrist. I was humiliated. read more

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Courage to Have 'The Talk'

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Swiss Cheese Moms, Part One

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Things to Stop Saying to your Kids and What to Say Instead

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