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Letters to Jack: 3 Years, 2 Months

My dear boy, Oh my. What a past few months! It’s been a time of change for our family — filled with some rough times, but also sweet family fun, exciting transitions and 3-year-old towhead who is trying his darndest … Continue reading

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Letters to Charlie: The Toddler Potty Training Edition

My dear Charlie, It feels great to write this post, the mother of a boy who pees in the potty! I strut victoriously, as if this achievement wasn’t entirely yours to claim. Because, really, Charlie—you did it. Here’s how it went … Continue reading

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Letters to Charlie: On Turning Three

My sweet boy, We’re squarely into June, which means you’re now a 3-year-old. Congratulations! We all made it. I first want to thank you for your patience over the past several weeks. It’s been a time of change, as I … Continue reading

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Letters to Charlie: 35 1/3 months

My sweet boy, I wrote to you last in mid-February, which simultaneously feels like a long time ago, and also yesterday. When you’re a parent, this happens with time. I’ve been wanting to write this next letter for a while, … Continue reading

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