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Mr. 7 had his first baseball game the other night. He’s been looking forward to this for weeks, nay, months – we’ve been practicing grounders, pop-ups, batting and catching so much that my arm is sore just thinking about it. This story isn’t about Mr. 7′s enthusiasm however, it’s a story about his mom and […]

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Toddlers! They crazy!! These munchkins keep us on our toes, parents and educators alike. They are in the business of testing boundaries of all shapes and sizes, including (but not limited to) the laws of physics, what they are able to reach and explore, what behaviors they can and cannot get away with, and last […]

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The #1 Mistake

Published on February 25, 2012 by in Response vs. Reaction

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We all make mistakes, and believe it or not they’re gifts in disguise. When pride doesn’t get in the way, I”m able to see my mistakes as great opportunities. They shine a light on areas that need more attention. In terms of being with children, the biggest mistake adults make is to react instead of […]

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