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The Cure for All Bedtime Parenting Hassles

It’s finally warming up outside (unless you live in the half of the country where it’s still frigid!) which means it’s once again time for Pajama Walks. Pajama Walks, in case you haven’t memorized “No Regrets Parenting,” are the miracle cure to all bedtime parenting hassles.  Here’s my latest post for Parents Magazine: http://www.parents.com/blogs/parents-perspective/2014/03/03/toddlers/pajama-walks-before-bedtime/

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The Aroma of the Arena

I just saw the first newspaper ad of the year for a “Real Colorado Rodeo,” which jolted this malodorous memory: Our kids were 3, 5, and 7 years old, wide-eyed wrangler wannabes, eating corn dogs and cotton candy on the bleachers at the rodeo. Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson ballads blared from the loudspeakers. A […]

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More *No Regrets Parenting* Answers to your Questions

Here’s the next in my series of No Regrets Parenting Questions and Answers. These are again excerpted and modified from “Ask the Experts” live media chats I regularly do for Parents magazine, Children’s Hospital of Colorado, 9News, and other media outlets. I hope you find these relevant and helpful for your own parenting. These 3 deal with teaching […]

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The Super Bowl, Sibling Rivalry, and No Regrets Parenting

Rachel Pomerance of US News and World Report interviewed me about sibling rivalry for her story today on the Super Bowl and opposing sibling coaches Jim and John Harbaugh. The link to the story is here: http://health.usnews.com/health-news/articles/2013/02/04/harbaugh-brothers-a-healthy-sibling-rivalry   And here’s the full interview, with all of the U.S. News & World Report questions, and all […]

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