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This morning my son was arguing with me about whether or not I heard him toot. Yes, this was a real conversation in our house today. And honestly, I’m better for it.
I am fairly confident none of them will CURE their cold and cough, but they will help you and your children sleep a little better.
I enjoy making food, and I enjoy eating food. Here's my dirty little secret, though: I really don't care for Thanksgiving food.
Hurry. That's it, that's the word that I can't say. This is the most counterproductive word in my house.
Sit in the quiet, hold her hand, cry with her, and let her just be. Don't offer advice or anecdotes. Just offer your time, love, and friendship.
After a rough, rough, rough weekend of temper tantrums, crying, and exhaustion all around, I decided to seek ways to bring my daily meditation and relaxation techniques to my child.
Yes, they fight, but I know that we will look back on this season (however long it lasts) with fondness and know that it strengthened their relationships with each other.
While I will never truly know if it was the acupuncture or something else that brought an end to our road of infertility, I do know that discovering acupuncture was exactly what I needed to have a sense of sanity during that challenging time.
How do I receive directive and caring words from my parents without shutting down? And how do I be confident and dependable for my son at the same time?