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Reliving My Birth Trauma At A Birth Celebration
Barely able to choke out the reading through my tears, I was mortified at having allowed the baggage of my birth to enter this sacred space.
How a Teacher’s Ridicule Helped Form How I Parent
My teacher publicly ridiculed my classmate and I and invited our friends to join in on the fun.
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How Lena Dunham Bagged a $3 Million Book Deal
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EMPRESS OF THE NIGHT By Eva Stachniak
Are you a fan of historical fiction? Empress Of The Night explores the history and mystery of Catherine The Great and her rise to rule of the Russian empire.
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You can pack a healthy lunch, but what about getting your child to eat it? Help get the good stuff in by developing a positive lunch box rapport.
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Reading Through the Years
It is important to choose the right story for a particular age group, not just for suitability of content, but in terms of interest level as well.
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5 Ways to Keep Kids Reading
If you're serious about raising a reader, here are my top five suggestions to keep them reading through the years.
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This mama shares a recipe from Ina Garten’s new cookbook to help you find your own inner chef.
Know The Night: A Memoir Of Survival In The Small Hours
You don't want to miss this mom's honest and heart-wrenching memoir about raising her child with special needs.
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