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Last updated on January 12th, 2020 at 08:00 pm
This is a sponsored post on behalf of the Center for Parent and Teen Communication. As always, all opinions are my own.
You asked me to read the same bedtime stories again and again–you definitely had your favorites. You loved to be the center of attention, a little comedian. You were clever and witty, even as a toddler!
Your interests have expanded to sports (you’re an encyclopedia of players, teams, and stats), music (you can play bass by ear), and you’re still a comedian! And, thankfully we’re still close, even as you grow up and away from me.
It’s our job to help our little ones grow up. This video is spot on:
It goes hand-in-hand with this piece from Dr. Ken Ginsburg at the Center for Parent and Teen Communication. I loved being a parent when my kids were little, but I can’t forget that as much as they are gaining their independence, my kids still need me in their teen years. Check out this new resource because it never hurts to get a little help on this parenting journey.
What are your favorite memories of your little ones, and how have your kids changed now that they’re growing up?
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