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Having the grace to mother my no longer nursing toddler

On Mothering My No-Longer-Nursing Toddler {and Having the Grace to Do So}

Full disclosure: I nursed my older two children for years. I’m talking darn near forever. Suffice it to say that it was longer than two years for both of them. EACH. It just worked for us, and I’m grateful for it. I have read La Leche League’s Mothering Your Nursing Toddler. It meant so much to […]

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Cincinnati Toddler’s Blog: If Toddlers Could Read & Write

Yo, toddler! Are you between the ages of 12 to 36 months, living in the greater-Cincinnati area, looking for a trusted, local resource for all things toddler? Time for you to get informed by something other than the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Enter stage left — Cincinnati’s Toddler’s Blog.    Fake news alert! My toddler twins can’t read or […]

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make a mess: The Snowy Day

The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats is one of my absolute favorite winter books. This simple story is appropriate for our youngest friends (our 2-4 year-old mess makers, of course) and incites nostalgia in their grownups. I have done so many art projects with this book over the years. We have played in shaving cream […]

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