Whether you derive your parenting philosophy from Seinfeld or the Buddha, it pretty much comes down to this: What can I control?
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Getting louder than your kids is just teaching them that yelling is how you solve problems around here. I know this. And clapping your hands really loudly probably should be reserved for the dog. I know this, too.
Moms of the World: Look up. There we are, looking back at you, nodding, smiling. You're in the thick of it, or it's just a thick day, and we get it.
You can chart your own path because, and this is important, no one else has ever raised your kids before.
Written by Allison Benedikt for Slate
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