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Parenting Perspectives :: Discipline, Not Punishment

Motherhood comes with a host of choices about what is best for you, your family, and your children. We at Boston Moms Blog are a diverse group of moms who want to embrace these choices instead of feel guilty or judged for them! Our “Parenting Perspectives” series is currently focused on discipline. Discipline creates good […]

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Parenting Perspectives :: The Time IN

Motherhood comes with a host of choices about what is best for you, your family, and your children. We at Boston Moms Blog are a diverse group of moms who want to embrace these choices instead of feel guilty or judged for them! Our “Parenting Perspectives” series is currently focused on discipline. After almost twelve […]

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A Tool in the Toolbox of Life: Teaching Our Children to Deal with Frustration

My 4-year-old loves to get his way (what 4-year-old doesn’t?), and he is the king of negotiating/manipulating a situation to achieve his desired result. He is at an age where he strives to be independent and has the drive to try things on his own, but he often still needs help from mom and dad. This age leads […]

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Parenting Perspectives: A Lovey Named Walter

Motherhood comes with a host of choices about what is best for you, your family and your children. We at Boston Moms Blog are a diverse group of moms who want to embrace these choices instead of feel guilty or judged for them! Our “Parenting Perspectives” series is currently focused on comfort items. I’m absolutely […]

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Parenting Perspectives: My Kids Suck Their Fingers

Motherhood comes with a host of choices about what is best for you, your family, and your children. We at Boston Moms Blog are a diverse group of moms who want to embrace these choices instead of feel guilty or judged for them! Our “Parenting Perspectives” series is currently focused on the topic of comfort items. […]

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parenting perspectives:: Comfort items; no love for loveys

Parenting Perspectives: No Love for Lovies

Motherhood comes with a host of choices about what is best for you, your family, and your children. We at Boston Moms Blog are a diverse group of moms who want to embrace these choices instead of feel guilty or judged for them! Our “Parenting Perspectives” series is currently focused on the topic of comfort items. […]

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Parenting Perspectives: An Ode to My Midwife

Motherhood comes with a host of choices about what is best for you, your family, and your children. We at Boston Moms Blog are a diverse group of moms who want to embrace these choices instead of feeling guilty or judged for them! We are starting our “Parenting Perspectives” series with a look at the […]

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survival tips: the second time around

Survival Tips: The Second Time Around

Last November we made the jump from one child to three with the addition of our twin girls. We had implemented many of the following approaches, to some degree, with my first child, but now each of these methods enables us to function daily as a family. These tips not only help us stay afloat, they also allow us to create […]

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Parenting Perspectives: Choosing Minimal Interventions During Childbirth

Whenever I’m asked about my son’s birth, I preface the story with, “I’m crazy, but…” It’s as if I want to soften the blow of what I did that day. I was to be induced, with Cytotec and Pitocin, and I didn’t get an epidural. Pitocin-induced contractions are significantly more intense than drug-free ones. To […]

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