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daughters

Observing Changes I Cannot Change

Baby Girl

“Change is good,” I recently told my six-year-old. “It often means you’re progressing and moving forward.” These days I am finding the need to remind myself of this as I watch my sweet baby girl become less baby and more girl. The change is there, staring me straight in the face and taunting my motherly […]

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Do You Parent Your Boys and Girls Differently?

Parenting

My brother recently had a baby girl, his third child after two boys. I asked him this past weekend if he felt much different in parenting a girl versus parenting boys. It’s something I think about a lot with fathers since I know they tend to be ultra-overprotective with their daughters. I see this with […]

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The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow

Parenting

I started out my week with the full intention of taking the kids to a local indoor play center and getting some work done while they played. Unfortunately, when we got there, the set up of the space wasn’t quite what I had imagined. I was unable to sit down and work. Instead I ended […]

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Blaming Sensitive Eyes for Crying

Women

As women we tend to cry a lot. I know this is not true for all women; some women are able to control their tears quite a bit. But, in my family, we tend to be criers. It’s even been passed down to my baby girl. She and I tend to be pretty emotional and […]

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