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Children have opportunities to learn from their , but also from their and peers
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Allergy Dad Aug 24
Most parents are worrying about pencils as the school year is getting started.
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MindShift Aug 20
"For kids with , the 'can'ts fluctuate,” says , "When they're calm they can. When they're anxious they can't. And that's very deceiving."
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Alissa Jerud, PhD Aug 21
Does stress seem part and parcel of being a parent? Recent research suggests that it may be time to change the status quo.
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@LizBalfeSafeguarding Aug 23
Waiting to board my flight to Vancouver to see my daughter and her husband, after dropping my son and fiancee off at Gatwick so they can return to Australia. We give our children wings so they can fly.
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Finally Family Homes Aug 22
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Khurram Qureshi Aug 21
If my son ever came to me and said to me that I want to marry my friend, even though I don’t love her, but you know maybe this will be good for me, because it’s like the done thing, I would tell the girl to dump his ass...
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BlackParentingMagazine 👶🏾 Aug 18
I need your help. I need to pick one for our podcast. With or without the circle?
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UN Free & Equal Aug 21
The Convention on the Rights of the Child is very clear - all kids should have the chance to flourish - kids included!
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Stephan J. Hahn Aug 21
My favorite part of being an exhausted parent is when you politely request they chose one book to read before bed. And then you walk into their room to find they've checked out the entire children's section from the Library of Congress.
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Amy G Dala MD Aug 19
Know that overachiever's recurrent nightmare where you show up to class & there's an exam/final you had no idea about? This is my life as a working mom with 3 kids. Every day is a new opportunity to be surprised by a forgotten event/party/assignment. It's super fun.
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Briana Canini Hart Aug 18
Have kids they said...it'll be fun they said! 😳🤦‍♀️
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Research Outreach Aug 21
Dr Wade Junek works with adolescents with serious maladaptive behaviours and their families, providing practical management techniques and helping them develop healthier coping skills.
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Stephan J. Hahn Aug 22
Usually I just feel the pain the morning after. But last night I actually watched my 1yo turn his entire body around to kick his feet into my neck and then fall asleep.
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Marita Hennessy Aug 23
"No matter what, somebody feels like they’re being judged" Sums up what my interview participants think about current approaches to / 'support'-we need to do so much better in this whole area & society at large 👶🤰🤱👪👩‍👦 👨‍👦
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Not much of a Housewife Aug 22
Me: How was day care, boo? 3: Jonas (bff) said.....Mila said....that they weren't my friend anymore. Me: who said that? Jonas? 3: No, Mila. Me: that Jonas wasn't your friend? 3: No, that Mila wasn't my friend. Me: oh, well, tell Mila that she can suck it. .
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Roz Aug 23
My parenting style probably isn’t mainstream. But neither is our relationship. Dropped the boy man at his sixth form enrolment after his results yesterday. An hour later I get this...
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Sarah Rosen Aug 24
This is what it has come to. I’m having to calendar my child’s development
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Cindy Johanson Aug 24
Just a moment with my son before I dropped him off for freshman year at college this past week.
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Christie Bishop Aug 23
Tessa, leaving dinner tonight: “Mommy, you told me NOT to eat all my ice cream... AND I DIDDDD!!! You are a BAD person! Mwahhahahaha!!”
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