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Talking Mobile and Online Safety with Our Kids

Parenting

After sharing some of the top mobile and online safety concerns of parents, this post will explore how to talk with kids about online safety. When is too early? How much information should we give them? What type of conversations should we be having? I think it all depends on the age of your child(ren). […]

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5 Mobile and Online Safety Concerns of Parents

Parenting

This past summer, I partnered with AT&T and hosted three local events to facilitate a discussion with parents on online and mobile safety. Through AT&T’s Mobile Safety program, I was able to get together with local parents in our community and gain insight into what concerns them about Internet and mobile safety with their children. […]

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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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Sometimes It Really Does Take a Village, Let’s Appreciate Them

Parenting

“I don’t know how single parents do this!” I remember the first time I said those words to my husband. It was a few months after our baby girl was born. Life with a baby, I found out, was hard – harder than I ever could have imagined. How in the world do single parents […]

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First Words

Baby Boy

Baby boy is starting to say more words these days. They aren’t many, but they sure are cute to hear! He’s been saying dada for a while now, and just recently started saying mama too, though he doesn’t say it very often. He was also saying small words like, wow, uh uh(to say no), and […]

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