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TAKE YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER TO WORK DAY
I Love Being a Working Mom
Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, MBE, FAAP
Pediatrician, Advocate, Author-- Mama Doc Medicine, Seattle Ma...
It's as if when we admit we love to nurture those outside of our family, we somehow don't value the nurturing of the people at home as much. And it doesn't work that way in my heart.
What Does Take Your Child To Work Day Mean In 2012?
Senior Columnist, The Huffington Post
Looking back at where TYCTWD began, and what it's been through, that feels like its right and logical next incarnation -- a day to point our kids toward who they will be in the future, yes. But also to stop for a moment and ground them in the particulars of who their parents are right now.
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