taking care of toddlers

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Channelling writing into another avenue (A. S. CohenMiller)

Balancing Across Time (A. S. CohenMiller)

Revised post from http://hippiemamaphd.wordpress.com, October 16, 2013 As we begin this website, I am finding myself struggling a bit in finding “enough” time for analysis and writing, amidst being a mother of a toddler. Balance and Bliss in the Moment: I’ve realized (advice from a wise friend) that I don’t have to have everything in balance … Continue reading

10 AHA’s of a Mom of Two Toddlers (A. Tiu Wu)

With young tots, silence is not golden. In fact, one should be particularly dubious/worried when both kids are equally quiet. I should know better- I’ve seen my son peacefully eating dirt from my fortune plant, while I thought I had a few moments of uninterrupted dishwashing. Cleanliness is in the eye of the beholder. Since … Continue reading

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