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Parent Training

Posted by savannahkase on March 18, 2016 in Advice, Lessons From Little Ones, Parenting, Uncategorized |

For months, my husband and I – along with our parents, pediatrician, friends, and some random strangers – have been telling our son (who recently turned 3) that “big boys use the potty” in an effort to get him on board with potty training. We do not believe in using force, coercion, or shame to […]

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Sign of the Times

Posted by savannahkase on July 6, 2014 in Advice, Mom & Dad Dynamics, Parenting, Personal, Research |

Pre-verbal children using their hands to communicate goes back to the beginning of time and crosses all cultures and continents. It is natural that, once they are old enough to know what they want, need, feel, and see, but do not yet have the verbal skills to express themselves, babies will do whatever they can […]

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And We’re Off!

Posted by savannahkase on November 18, 2013 in Parenting, Personal |

My baby started walking last week. Honestly, although first steps are probably the most celebrated childhood milestone (followed by baby’s first word and first day of school), I think learning to crawl was a more momentous accomplishment, since it transformed my snugly newborn into a little man on the move. This new development is momentous […]

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