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Tag: parenting perspectives

Creating Inclusive Homework Assignments for Students

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I hate family history assignments The first homework assignment of the year was an autobiography and family tree. These assignments are emotional and triggering for...

When the world changes, maybe we need to adjust our lens.

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When the world as we know it changes, we can adjust our lens and look closer at the things we can do better at...

When you don’t have the answers: coping as a parent when...

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When you don't have the answers, coping as a parent can be tough. There is nothing more frustrating than watching your child struggle with something...

Teacher Mom :: My Thoughts on Online Learning during Social Distancing

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As a teacher and a mom, I have been very conflicted about my thoughts on this new forced online learning. I feel pulled in...

The Media Is a Challenge for an Adoptive Family

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As an adoptive family, the media provides unexpected, unique challenges for us that other families might never notice. There are so many examples of...

Missing Bedtime Once a Week Saves My Sanity

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Missing bedtime once a week has made me a better mom. Whether you stay at home with your kids or work away from the...

Football Helps My Son Find His Own Identity

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  “Mama, mama, I want to play football!” This became a common request in our house. Every time my middle son asked, he got the same...

Three Things About Being a Two-Mom Family

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For the most part, our two-mom family looks like other families. We work, the kids go to school, there are endless after-school activities and...

I’m Saving A Kidney For My Baby

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I knew going in that being a parent would mean I'd be willing to sacrifice for my kids. I didn't realize it would have...

On Miss America and The Swimsuit Competition :: From a Mom...

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Miss America recently found a way to get everyone talking about them. If you missed it, the director announced in an interview that they will...