I have spent a TON of time writing blog posts this week. Wait, what? Where are they all, you ask? Sitting, half-finished, in my drafts folder. 350 more words
Sometimes, being a law school parent is a good way to loose perspective.
I often marvel at my law school parent cohorts who have multiple children, many of them old enough to be living their own lives full of events, activities, desires, and impulses. 461 more words
So-called "sleep training" is effective, but is it training something very different than "self-soothing"?
In part one of a two part series on “crying it out” or “CIO”, called “Screaming to sleep: The moral imperative to end ‘cry it out'” (link to the full article is below), Amy Wright Glenn, a contributor for the PhillyVoice, makes a compelling case against so-called “sleep training”, the technique where parents let their babies cry themselves to sleep. 247 more words