To me, these markings made from spit, slobber and happy babies are a reminder that a baby lives in the house, and that these hands are only so small for so long.
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The Hindus say that "the mother's lap is the child's first classroom." Neuroscience helps us to understand just what is being taught and learned on this lap of love and it's importance not only to the child, but to society and mankind.
There's no way to fast forward or take a shortcut when we give a moment to our kids; there's no app for that. That's what makes it special.
Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday and to help you prepare for this upcoming holiday we have photos of 18 adorable animals being the best mothers...
I wipe my children's faces a certain way, I caress their knees or elbows in a certain way when they fall down and I scold them in a way that only a parent can.
Does different treatment necessarily mean better or worse treatment? Do different interactions mean that one child is a favorite? And, god forbid, does different love inherently mean better love?
That weekend I spent with you, Jen and the girls in February, 2009 you were still reeling from the loss of your business, your dream, y...
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