Such meaningful words.
Is anyone going out tonight? Like OUT out? Without kids? To a place with sparkly dresses and sparkling drinks?
New one today-- my son read the recipe directly from my computer screen and announced it sounded 'absolutely disgusting', thus eliminating the anticipation of hearing it at the dinner table.
What's more important, letting your kids go outside to get out some pent-up energy, or keeping feeling in your toes? Right. I'm going to get thicker socks.
Over 30 or under 30, let's just stop it with these.
"We have so many adjectives in the English language. Let's dust some of the lesser-knowns off and use them for a while."
So cool. Makes me wish I stayed with my original plan of being a science major. P.S. It's all your mom's fault.
"...stress is a big suppressor of maternal behavior,” she says. “We see it in the animal studies, and it’s true in humans. So the best thing you can do is not to worry all the time about whether you’re doing the right thing. Keeping the stress level down is the most important thing. And tactile interaction — that’s certainly what the good mother (rats) are doing with their babies. That sensory input, the touching, is so important for the developing brain.”
Hard question-- twins are born together; one is still born, the other healthy. How do you acknowledge first birthday(s)? Wish one a happy birthday with a note that you're thinking of the other? Is that appropriate?
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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