Month: June 2013

Let your tears be something that fuels you. Not something that cripples you….

I subscribe to a preemie newsletter for older children. This is the same group that coined the phrase “preemie syndrome” and keeps their finger on the pulse of all new developments (including the DSM-V revisions MONTHS before I read about them anywhere else INCLUDING Psychology Today) relating to the issues that preemies face after the…

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Is down-woding, Mamma, down-woding…

Jp is pioneering his own dialect with his tiny sing-songy voice. I can’t help but be thoroughly tickled when he speaks! Here are some awesome highlights: “Is down-woding” (It is downloading) “Oh no! Is bwoken!” (Oh no! It’s broken!) “eee cuk” (Firetruck) “Yaya woom” (Grandma’s room) “Bapies” (Jp) “Cwap” (Clap but it sounds just like…

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You can look at the cup however you want. That doesn’t change how much liquid is in it…

I had an interesting discussion after reading this post titled, My Sippy Cup is All The Way Full, B!tches!, from a fellow blogger, Dylan @ Me Vs Gavin. The post was about how unapologetic he felt concerning the fact that he has two awesome, well behaved children. It seems that he is frequently met with…

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Suit up and Mommy on….

This week has been a little up and down. Like a ping pong ball stuck in the dryer, there have been many highs and and a few lows to counterbalance. First of all, the verbal looping that Jp has been harping on is still an issue (of which I previously chronicled here). It is equally…

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