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Play Like You Mean It

Job shadowing a pediatric physical therapist has given me a new perspective on play.  When children play, they are learning vital skills that will serve them later in life:  motor control, strength, social skills, etc.  Watching a child play, however, … Continue reading

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Accepting Children As They Are, Not As We’d Like Them To Be

I’m reading a book called Everyday Blessings:  The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting by Myla and Jon Kabat-Zinn.  I may post more on it later, but one chapter really struck me, and I couldn’t wait to discuss it. The book opens … Continue reading

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