Monthly Archives: May 2014

Insights of parents of babies and toddlers– Part 2

I asked parents of babies and toddlers about their experiences, challenges, and insights.  This post summarizes some of the insights they have developed as parents. Babies are strong!  As one mom put it:  At the beginning, I was so worried … Continue reading

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Insights of parents of babies — Part 1

Last post, I shared some of the challenges of parents of babies and a little about what they said helped them.   I also asked them to share what they have learned that they wished they had known sooner.  Here are … Continue reading

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Challenges of parents of babies

I have had some wonderful dialogues with parents of infants in recent weeks.  It’s so touching to hear how parents experience the stage of life parenting a brand new, unique person!  It’s so clear that it’s a tremendous time of … Continue reading

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