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Slowly, Slowly

I’m coming back. I have had such a great time away bonding as a family with our new little love and surviving my husband’s very busy time of year at work. With some sense of a peaceful rhythm beginning to return to our lives, I’ve been thinking about you all. I have ideas that have ... Read more...

My Story by Heather of Wordplayhouse

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I’m so excited to share this eloquent and poignant post from Heather at Wordplayhouse. She and I became fast friends and I can’t tell you how much I value her sharing her story here at LIttle Stories. Her gentle kindness, simple beauty, and love for her family is quickly evident in everything she writes, and ... Read more...

Communication Happens In Everyday Moments

Daily Routines

There’s been so much written about being “mom enough” and what it means to be a mom, in the firestorm over the recent Time Magazine article on attachment parenting. Really I don’t write much about current issues on Little Stories because I hope to share concepts and theories that are timeless, but after reading the original Time ... Read more...

10 Ways to Practice Waiting

10 Ways to Practice Waiting

I know it seems like a cruel joke that I’ve kept you waiting so long for the last step of The Magic Of Waiting Series. Tonight I’m back, and to keep you busy, I’m going to give you ten ways (for YOU) to practice waiting. Just to clarify, this is a practice in patience for ... Read more...

How to Read Books Right

Reading a book is a performance!

You know books are top of the list for language learning, but how you read them can make all of the difference as to how much language your child actually learns and how your child feels about books and reading in the long run. While this is a topic I could talk about for days ... Read more...