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Early Intervention: What I Know as a Mom and a Therapist

As parents, we are always concerned about our children meeting their milestones. We spend a lot of time worrying if their skills are up to par compared to their peers. Both of my children received early intervention services. My son received physical therapy for a gross motor delay and my daughter saw an occupational therapist […]

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Broken Arm Chronicles: Things Your Child CAN Do to Feel Independent

I’ve been a mom for ten years. Within those ten years, we have had many minor injuries, one false alarm trip to the emergency room, and zero broken bones. Until last week. My family’s healthy streak was ruined, with my youngest daughter’s broken arm. OUCH. My youngest is a risk taker, adventure seeker, and a […]

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Why I Believe in What is Now Referred to as Free-Range Parenting

Wikipedia defines free-range parenting as, “The concept of raising children in the spirit of encouraging them to function independently and with little parental supervision, in accordance of their age of development and with a reasonable acceptance of realistic personal risks.” Personally, I can’t think of a better philosophy behind raising well-rounded, self-reliant adults than that. […]

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