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Originally posted on "A Beautiful Place of the World":
“Need input. Need input. Neeeed iinnnpuut!” Your child is an information and experience Hoover. She was born to devour data. He was created in just such a way as to be…
At long last, I am happily returning this week with a new installment in a series of posts I began last January called (Back to) the Basics for all of you new and renewed parents looking to invent, reinvent, or … Continue reading →
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Ever thought about all the stuff you are teaching your children about life, themselves, and the world every single day? Well this is just a little reminder for us all that we parents play a central role in creating the … Continue reading →
The other day I wrote a post about letting kids express their curosity, and drive to explore, and entertaining as many of their questions as humanly possible – whether they are asking if the moon is really made of cheese … Continue reading →