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The Weekly Links

March 13, 2010

Here is my apparently almost actually weekly round-up of my writing Elsewhere on the Internets.This week, even though I remain as an exhausted working parent, I managed to knock out articles on topics ranging from sleep deprivation to mean girls. Like this: The High Cost of Clutter – Get Rich Slowly  – Do you have [...]

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Better late than never, here are last week’s Links

March 8, 2010

I had a sudden attack of Playing Outside and Taking Long Naps over the weekend, so no posts. Here’s what I was up to last week: Working Parents Are Exhausted – Strollerderby – Almost 60 percent of middle-class households have both parents working outside the home. And we’re exhausted by it. Protecting Baby’s Hearing – [...]

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Can’t Sleep Without A Princess

March 5, 2010

Serena’s been a bit of a bedtime rebel lately. She’s mostly sleeping through the night, waking up only briefly to pee and get a glass of water around 2 a.m. But she just not falling asleep at bedtime. She goes through the whole bath-book-bed routine with her dad and sister. Rio drops off to sleep [...]

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Sleep Training: Cruel or Kind?

March 3, 2010

Sleep has been the albatross around the neck of my parenting life for the past six years. I have a piece up at Strollerderby this week about sleep training. Seems that parents who feel OK about letting their babies cry it out are more successful at getting their little ones to sleep. I am not [...]

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Help a New Mom Sleep!

December 9, 2009

I got this letter from a reader over the weekend. This new mama is finding out first hand that babies do not come into this world with a good understanding of human rights. They’ll wake you up at odd hours, scream in your face, and refuse to let you eat. If you’re a parent, you’ve [...]

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