“You, my sweet boy, have challenged me to grow. I am in awe of you, and an awe-worthy son deserves an awe-worthy mother.”
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“They follow the rules, on their terms. They ask all the questions, especially the ones that cannot be answered easily. They don’t do fake. There’s no room in their vocabulary for artificial sweeteners; what you see is what you get.”
“It was quite an unexpected change from the usual never-ending line of glittery Bippity Boppity Boutique princesses!”
“It’s basically like a pre-preschool. It starts to put intention and purpose behind play.”
“It is important for children to feel their preferences or choices are okay. No other child (or adult!) has the right to take that from them.”
“As much as I love being a witness to my kids’ becomings, I grieve the moments swallowed up by the years.”
“Our children are our future, and they live in an increasingly difficult and confusing world, so the most important thing we can teach them is that they are important, capable, and loved!”