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It’s not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world

It’s our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless.

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Kids, Seriously

Kids can be SO frustrating, WHY? Oh yeah, these are tiny, growing humans – not tiny, growing adults. Sometimes we need a refresher on why kids are the way they are.

The Voicebox

All those in between topics fall here. Read some new perspectives on life and parenting.

Ways To Do It Yourself

Consumer advertising and marketing can be intimidating when you are looking for something specific. You might just find some things more simple to do yourself then expected.

Easy, dairy-free recipes

Self-explanatory! Some of us don’t want dairy, some can’t have dairy, some are just curious. Whatever your reason, these are some great and easy meals and dessert for the family.

Parenting Yourself

Once we grow up, we tend to sweep our unresolved childhood issues under the rug. Sometimes though, they tend to reappear in unexpected ways.

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