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High School Graduation and New-found Independence

This post first appeared on Mona Andrei’s personal blog, Moxie-Dude – Life updates gone wrong. Or right. I’m undecided. Last night (or possibly last week, by the time I post this) was my youngest daughter’s convocation ceremony. Robes, tasseled hats, wide, youthful grins, and a sense of accomplishment. These, along with a flock of beaming …

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A Little Parenting Humor: How Uber Has Saved Me

Parenting is an interesting journey. No matter how many kids you have and their ages, you’ve got a lot of fun ahead of you. And a lot of responsibility. And a lot of exhaustion. Consider all of this before diving in to read what Leslie shares here about chauffeuring her youngest around town. She’s got some …

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How to Speak Teenage-ese So Your Kids Will Listen

  If I’ve learned anything since my kids have become infested with foot-stomping, door-slamming hormones (said with much love), it’s that there’s one trick all parents must keep up their sleeve at all times: TENACITY. Stick to your guns and I can’t promise that you won’t feel like running away from home until your teens …

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