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Caregiver Humor

We had just run out of character bandages when my son scraped his knee, so I explained that we had to use a “plain one.” He stared at it and said, Where’s the airplane? – Jane Burruss My daughter final … Continue reading

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Parenting Advice

Parenting is its own kind of craftmanship- Ben Napler Let kids touch the breakables really- Vern Yip Let kids order their own ice cream -Rick Steves When I was five years old, my father brought a small farm where we … Continue reading

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God’s Plan

My mother shared with me how she chose not to attend college so she could marry my father in the 1960s, but she always held on to her dream of becoming a home economics teacher. Three children later, though she … Continue reading

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Never Too Late for Self-Love

For most of my life, I feared that I was never doing enough, never good enough, never skinny enough. This surprises people who know me as a strong, positive woman, a generous teacher and mother of two sons. Alas, it … Continue reading

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 Caregiver Humor

Something cute. I came home yesterday from work and Mom came out to the kitchen to greet me. I said, “Mom, you have on my sweat pants!” We each have a pair of soft, comfy pea green sweats. Hers are … Continue reading

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