If your kid has a flair for the dramatic, read on. Tempting as it is to roll your eyes and dismiss your kid’s colorful style of expression, in the long run you’re better served to find a way to work with it. (Can you tell I’ve had experience with drama?)
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The broken bedtime routine. It's so maddening because you can remember when it used to work. Especially difficult because life doesn't magically pause while you try to manage your child's sleep problem…which has quickly become the entire family's sleep problem. From Santiaga: I have two children: a 3 YO son and a 10 month-old daughter. […]
Happy New Year, friends! I'm back online after a big, fat Internet break. In fact, it was more than a break. It was the longest family trip I've ever taken — three weeks in India with my husband, kids, and parents. 12th century carving at Kopeshwar Temple, Khidrapur My dad's side of the family lives […]