Tag Archives: Child Development

Controlling my inner “Bad Mommy”

Several weeks ago, during our bedtime ritual, Maddie told me quite matter of factly, “Mommy you did a good job today”. To which I replied “Thank you sweetie, what do you mean?” She responded “Bad mommy never got mad and … Continue reading

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Why I’m not that kind of “Attachment Parent”

Dear Friends and Parents out there reading, I believe I have delayed posting an attachment post long enough. As many of you know, I am a self-proclaimed “attachment junkie”. I have spent the majority of my academic and professional life … Continue reading

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Thinking about Play Time

Yes, I know, it has been a while. Life seems to continue to move at a rate I can’t quite keep up with and in the meantime, blogging often is at the bottom of my list (although I think of … Continue reading

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What is Calibration?

cal·i·brate [kal-uh-breyt] –verb To check, adjust, or determine by comparison with a standard; to make corrections in; to plan or devise carefully so as to have a precise use, application, appeal, etc. We are finally (after perhaps the busiest two weeks … Continue reading

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