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The (non) social butterfly

Four months on, and my part-time mama’s girl hasn’t really made any big strides in that department. She’s in love with her dad now—and I’m so freaking grateful because it makes life that much easier—but I’m still her go-to the … Continue reading

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Never, ever put me down

Seven months to the day, and she just made an alarming discovery. We have a little ritual a few nights a week that goes like this: She sits in the middle of the bed with some toys, and I get … Continue reading

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The baby goes everywhere

Maybe it’s because I work from home and we’re never, ever apart, but I’m totally that mom who takes her baby with her everywhere. From our friends’ annual holiday cocktail party to the rare dinner out with my husband when our … Continue reading

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Separation Anxiety

A few weeks back, I had a case of the crazies. I was irritable, overwhelmed, and in dire need of some “me” time. I felt behind on everything. The house was a mess, my business was suffering, and I was … Continue reading

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Tear-filled farewells

In the early days, you can hand your baby over to someone else and he’ll hardly even notice. Sometime after your tot’s half-birthday, however, he may begin to wail at the mere thought of leaving your arms. While it can … Continue reading

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