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A conversation, a reading assignment, a writing exercise, and a re-run #1

A conversation:

Welcome to my time machine. It’s 2005. Flora is brand-new, and Cinder is not quite two and a half, and trying to figure out what babies are for. 1,279 more words

Attachment Parenting

When Rights Collide

Jackie Leach Scully suggests that when rights collide, we should remember that religion is a choice, whereas disability is not. 851 more words

Law & Policy

Professor says hearing-impaired student accusing her of refusing to wear sound device has 'selective amnesia'

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — The professor involved in a controversy at Memorial University of Newfoundland says a hearing-impaired student who claims she failed to accommodate him has “selective amnesia.” 151 more words

News

Summer rerun6: The ultimate secret to parenting: it's evolution, baby

A friend expecting his first baby actually asked me for parenting advice. After I picked myself up off the floor (most of us, before we have children, know everything about parenting.

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Attachment Parenting

Colic - Holy Crap, This is One Crazy-Ass Baby!

If I were to pick a movie soundtrack that would define my baby years, I think I’d pick the “When Harry Met Sally” soundtrack, with jazz standards and big band favorites performed by Harry Connick, Jr. 1,061 more words

Motherhood

I Heart Sleep (Part 1)

Sleep…you remember sleep don’t you? It’s that 7+ hours of uneventful pure, restful  bliss you used to get before your child was born. And the more children you have the less likely it is you will sleep anytime in the foreseeable future. 1,277 more words

Family