When Your l i t t l e Ones Start Asking B I G Questions

When Your  l i t t l e  Ones Start Asking  B I G  Questions

Lately, my  t h r e e  year old has been talking serious talk, and asking difficult questions. He's currently intrigued by death, heaven, marriage, body parts, and more.

My biggest focus for these sometimes difficult topics is to never lie. I don't want to ever misguide him, so I tell him the raw, unedited, unplanned, most PG version of the truth that I can think of at that moment in time.

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5 Things My Kid Does to Irritate the Sh!t Out of Me

I love my 3 year old more than anything, I truly do, however he sometimes has the natural gift of making my heart rate and blood pressure go through the roof in a matter of seconds. He knows how to get under my skin, but then quickly makes up for it by doing something abnormally weird or cute. Here are are the latest things that Hudson does to make me want to drink wine immediately, no matter the time of day...

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10 Things I Will NEVER Do for My Kid

10 Things I Will NEVER Do for My Kid


You know those parents that say, "I'll do anything for my child"? Yeah, well I'm not one of them. I mean, I will continue to support him, and encourage him, inspire him and guide him, teach him, and discipline him, all while loving him unconditionally, but there are some things I will just n e v e r do for him. Obviously kids get sick, so my below list doesn't apply to those situations, however when he is healthy and functioning, Hudson is f u l l y aware that these are his responsibilities, and no one else's. Without further ado, here's what I won't e v e r do for my kid...

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Co-Sleep or No Sleep: Preschoolers Edition - By Lara Rabb

Co-Sleep or No Sleep: Preschoolers Edition - By Lara Rabb

Do you have a slightly unwanted visitor in the night… most nights? Do you bury deep beneath the covers hearing the little footsteps make their way down the hall hoping that if you hide a little deeper they might not find you tonight? Haha! Do you begrudgingly allow your preschooler to join you in bed because you feel a little guilty about how much time you spent at work that day, and worry they need more connection?

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