Welcoming a new baby into your home can be challenging. Mom may be exhausted from the physical toll of childbirth and Dad and siblings may be overwhelmed by changes a small new person can bring to their daily lives. For some parents, the realization that their little “scientist in the crib” is aleady processing daily interactions and beginning the life-long process of learning can be a source of stress.
Be warned: This is the kind of article that will make anyone even slightly obsessive about a clean house get twitchy. For some, especially women, these sorts of confessions should never be made public. I’m sure my great-grandmother is rolling over in her grave as I type.
I have a secret to tell you. You know the fog that creeps across our Valley right around the whole month of February and makes our hearts ache for just a glimpse of sunshine? Yes, that.
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