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“Nurture Shock” by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman Part One

See some other ideas about parenthood and childhood development in “Bringing up Bebe” and “What’s Going On In There?” This book was a very realistic look at how carried away some parents have become in trying to shape their children’s … Continue reading

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“Bringing Up Bebe” by Pamela Druckerman: Part Three

It’s been a lengthy set of notes for this book. In case you missed them, here is Part One and here is Part Two. Sacrificing your sex life for your kids is considered wildly unhealthy and out of balance. The … Continue reading

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“Bringing Up Bebe” by Pamela Druckerman: Part Two

I apologize for the length of this post. Not much thought involved on my part but here are the next set of ideas that I wanted to capture from this very practical book. Here are the notes from Part One … Continue reading

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“Blocks, Play, Screen Time And The Infant Mind” by Eric Westervelt

My wife and I read this article on the NPR website. It hit close to home for us because when the TV is on, we notice that it really draws our infant son’s attention. There is an overwhelming amount of … Continue reading

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