This may not be a great confession to make as a pediatrician, but when it comes to sleep and kids, I am a total softie. Claire McCarthy, M.D.: Confession: This Pediatrician Is a Sleep Softie
In the wake of PBS’ announcement of a Mr. Rogers next-generation spinoff featuring a descendant of Daniel Tiger, I set out to recall exactly who Daniel Tiger was by watching a few clips of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood on YouTube. (Because that’s what the internet, and my work days, are for.) Mr. Rogers Neighborhood: Watching as an adult is a freaky marvel
Why French Parents Are Superior by Pamela Druckerman
Unschooling is Not That Difficult, Folks I just got home from some errands, sat down at my computer, and found a rollicking discussion going on on the Radical Unschooling Info page on facebook. It starts with a link to an article by Pam Sorooshian, on her blog.
I will admit that I just could not figure out why my BumGenius Diapers were leaking last summer. I had stripped them and the fit was still okay. So I couldn’t fathom what the problem was. Turns out, the elastic was shot and they looked like this: How could I not have noticed this? How to Repair the Elastic in a Cloth Diaper
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Breastfeeding Beyond Infancy by Knitwise Media on SoundCloud
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Every time I’m out with my kids – this seems to happen: 2011 Lesson #2 : Don’t Carpe Diem » Momastery
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Letting babies "cry it out" is an idea that has been around since at least the 1880s when the field of medicine was in a hullaballoo about germs and transmitting infection and so took to the notion that babies should rarely be touched (see Blum, 2002 , for a great review of this time period and attitudes towards childrearing). Dangers of “Crying It Out”
Why They Whine: How Corporations Prey on our Children By Gary RuskinWeb Exlusive Why They Whine: How Corporations Prey on our Children
V is For Vasectomy... We’ve been planning for HH to have a vasectomy for years.
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