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What it means when you have an only child - The Washington Post

What it means when you have an only child

Just as I watch my son stumble through difficult stages, so do I. The mother of an only child is forever a neophyte.

How to support a parent of a child with special needs

How to support a parent of a child with special needs - The Washington Post

What are the chances your child will ride in the car with a drinking driver?

What are the chances your child will ride in the car with a drinking driver?

What are the chances your child will ride in the car with a drinking driver? - The Washington Post

"Don't freak out!"

South Riding mother publishes guide to parenting children with Asperger syndrome

Interview Sharon Fuentes Author of The Don’t Freak Out Guide to Parenting Kids with Asperger’s

How to tell a child when you have cancer  Terri Rupar has cancer, and a small child. She reported and found good ways to inform kids of different ages about what a parent is going through.

Of Joy and Chemo: How (and what) to tell a child when you have cancer

How to tell a child when you have cancer Terri Rupar has cancer, and a small child. She reported and found good ways to inform kids of different ages about what a parent is going through.

Is your daughter one smart cookie but not much of a reader? Or maybe you know a boy who can't put down his book but envelopes himself in a dark cloud of misery when someone mentions writing about that book. Here's something that may help: introduce them to a literary rock star. Take them to a children's book signing.

Is your child a reluctant reader/writer? Take them to a show.

I thank the universe every day that my children seem to be flourishing.  My heart goes out to those whose children were born into this world with an immediate obstacle to overcome.  I am working to educate my children to be an ally and support to these children that are simply different from themselves and not to be bullies.

I hate camping, and it’s not really because of the bugs

Are you raising nice kids? A Harvard psychologist gives 5 ways to raise them to be kind - The Washington Post

Are you raising nice kids? A Harvard psychologist gives 5 ways to raise them to be kind

8 ways to get your kid ready for kindergarten (it’s not what you think) - The Washington Post

Little Knights at Camelot Kids Child Development Center

Looking for a good support network? Here are 10 friends every mom needs to survive.

Are you raising nice kids?  http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/parenting/wp/2014/07/18/are-you-raising-nice-kids-a-harvard-psychologist-gives-5-ways-to-raise-them-to-be-kind/

Are you raising nice kids? A Harvard psychologist gives 5 ways to raise them to be kind

Here two moms write about the importance of hugs and kisses with their kids—of varying ages. The bottom line: showing affection never gets old.

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