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- We're going to talk radical kid raising. We're going to dispel some myths and rumours about what children need and think and do. We're going to celebrate, honour, and respect children for nothing other than being who they are. We're going to delight in the opportunity children provide us for personal growth, perspective, and exploration. We're going to encourage and support you in being the best parent you can imagine. And maybe get distracted by the beauty of the journey along the way...
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We parents today (particularly in Western “civilized” societies) have it harder than perhaps any other time in history and any other culture known. By some stroke of cosmic misfortune, our historical “good” fortune has condemned our child-raising to a level … Continue reading →
I don’t think I have yet mentioned – we have an ultra-modern family. We share both of my older girls with their (different) moms. Often this means we have alternate holidays, and extra birthdays, and jerry-rigged calendars. This year, it … Continue reading →