It's really that simple.
This is a good article, but my favorite part is the 3-point list at the end.
"...one-drink tipsy. Two drinks make me sleepy. After the third, I will regale you with obscure facts about Emily Dickinson, and if they were mixed drinks, I’ll probably be saying contextually inappropriate things in Italian..."
(I prefer the Bronte sisters to Dickenson, but potato/potahto.)
Not just sons, daughters too. And some adults.
The best part of this link is that I had it in my bookmark bar so that I could share with you, but ended up having to share my screen on a conference call yesterday. I kept wondering if anyone noticed.
Let's talk about sex, [after] baby
Another reason to hold those planks ;)
(I didn't realize till the end that this was written by our friend Jenn from Fit Bottomed Mamas! Great article, Jenn!)
No, Facebook is not *forcing* young girls to be too sexual, too soon. I'm sure it adds another whole level to the popularity game, but it's not the cause of the sexualization of kids. Also, my oldest is only 5, but shouldn't parents be more closely monitoring online activity?
Oh, and also this... this is the talk amongst yourselves one ;)
(Do you follow Making Love in the Microwave? They have some great tips and food for thought.)
Apropo to 90% of the news that has caught my attention in the past year~
It's so important to talk to your children about "Safe touch". It's almost never too early to talk about it in terms of privacy, bathing suit areas, and who is allowed to see or touch those areas. It's not a talk about sex-- it's about safety.
(I've said it before but it's worth repeating!)
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