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Yule Times Sep 14
If you want to know what kind of parent I am... I'm the kind to hide in the kitchen to eat my snacks in the fear of being caught with food. Anyone else do this?
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Brian H. Williams, MD Sep 13
Active shooter drill at my daughter's elementary school yesterday. This morning she woke up screaming. Guess what her nightmare was about? I was angry and saddened by her reality. How do we talk to our kids about this?
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Lacey Pauls Sep 15
How to feed a toddler: 1. Try your best to prepare a delicious and nutritious meal with all of the important food groups. 2. Throw that shit right in the trash, because they’re not going to eat it.
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Chris Metzen Sep 14
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TwistedDoodles Sep 9
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Marissa Farina Sep 14
Becoming a mom means I forget to text people back and then randomly respond at 3AM when I’m wide awake after changing a poop diaper
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𝓓avid ‎ڶ. Catcɧpoolҽ 🕯🐢 Sep 16
What’s the most complex subject you’ve ever discussed with a baby or animal?
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Common Sense Media Sep 14
📚 Research shows that continued reading aloud after age 5 (and well beyond) improves reading and listening skills and academic performance, and is also loads of fun!
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Pastor Jerome Sep 16
Parenting involves us getting involved in things we wouldn’t usually get involved with.... doing things we wouldn’t usually do and looking a little silly just to demonstrate our Love for our kids.
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Sandy Simons MD 18h
It’s so hard when your son has a horrible day and you can’t make it better. Today my 9th grader had his air pods stolen from his book bag and then just hours later found out he’s getting benched from his starting football position. He cried and it made my heart hurt.
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Lesley McCaslin Sep 14
My 1st Saturday not working college football. One kid woke up at 430- the other at 6. I wore my dress inside out all day. My son peed in the neighbors yard & refused to play soccer with his shoes on. It's 7 & I'm having the wine I wanted since 9am. 😂
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Commander Vikram W Karve Sep 12
and require more of each other's company: 1. When they are newly married. 2. When children grow up and fly away from the "nest" to pursue their own career/life.
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Operation_DadPod 2h
These days my favorite form of exercise is complaining about how I never have time to exercise.
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Nurtured Neurons Sep 10
is essential to because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children” ~ Kenneth Ginsburg
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La Scapigliata 6h
Hilarious...funny interpretation...
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Dave Duricy 17h
Everybody was kung fu fighting. Maybe it was judo. Whatever, everybody got pizza afterwards. 1975 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser.
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Katie Cook 22h
My kid: hey what’s for dinner? Me: going into a 20 minute long explanation of how lovingly I’m making this portobello dish with fresh mozzarella & spinach &... Kid: yeah no, I’m just going to eat a Hawaiian roll and some Swedish fish, okay? Me: ...........okay ?
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Derek Bond 24h
Replying to @derekbond
Me: Have you got anything else in your shoes? Bea: Yes, some bits of tape I found.
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APA Public Interest Sep 17
Some great tips on talking to your kids about racial bias at school are included in the first of our "Raising Resilient Kids" article series in partnership with Successful Black magazine ()
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ViewsVoices Sep 17
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