Monthly Archives: October 2009

4 a.m. Compassion

All right. I’ll admit it. I was a bed-wetter. I figure I’d better get that out of the way right now. Most children are potty-trained in their second year or by their third. My parents say I fell somewhere in … Continue reading

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The Sneeze Hole

Dave walks in laughing. “Go on Emily, tell Mama what you said.” Emily sez, “The sneeze hole goes ‘sneeze, sneeze, sneeze.’” Considering she had just been discussing her butt a few minutes before I was somewhat suspicious and leery of … Continue reading

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That Was AMAZING!

Last Sunday, my husband entertained and involved our three year old little princess until he was worn out. “How about a movie?” he asked her and began sorting through the movies we have stored on our media computer which is … Continue reading

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If You Aren’t Laughing, You Should Be

When Dee was young I had a great deal of laughs…often times at what would seem to be her expense. She would say or do something that would set me off and I would chortle away. I didn’t laugh in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood

As a coach and parenting class instructor, I am constantly reading about parenting tricks and techniques. I decided it was time to read at least a few in the Love and Logic series, and “Love and Logic Magic for Early … Continue reading

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