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Round-Up: Thanksgiving in American Sign Language | San Antonio Baby Sign Language

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays! We picked up our turkey at the grocery store this weekend, and my husband is all set to make his famous French Silk Chocolate Pie. 106 more words



By Caitlyn Pearson Dunn, LCSW

My daughter and I have been having a tough time these past couple of weeks. Her temperament is different from my son’s. 703 more words

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11 precious things about parenting preschoolers

Embracing simplicity

Turbulent. Challenging. Exasperating. Exhausting. Welcome to the preschool years: a roller coaster ride of highs and lows. Where reason and logic fails and mystery and confusion prevails. 736 more words


8 Reasons Why Just Play Toy Rental Just Makes Sense

When I tell people about JPTR, I often get the following response: “Why would I want to bring more toys into my house?!” (A sentiment I can certainly understand.) 220 more words


Stress and Parenting

If you have ever been pregnant or had a newborn baby, you know what I am talking about when I say “baby brain.” Basically it is the feeling of having so much going on at once that you feel like you cannot function. 661 more words



What Is The Toy Paradox?

The more toys children have available to them, the less they play with them (and the more they seem to be underfoot!). 250 more words


My Little Renaissance Man

This entry is in honor of Halloween, a time when we can be free, express ourselves and try on different identities. I always thought it must be the worst feeling in the world to have to hide your true identity from the outside world, to lead a double life, in a way. 1,290 more words

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