Toddler Tips. Sometimes making small tweaks to your parenting language can have a huge impact. Nikki shares a few of her fav examples from keeping-a-tiny-human-alive gig.
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5 Language Hacks to Use With Young Children

December 7, 2016 Nikki 0

I’ve always been fascinated with language. I pay incredibly close attention to the way people speak, and I love a good semantic argument. I believe the way we use language is powerful, and perhaps nowhere […]

Lucy shares with us a poem she wrote titled Hello Son. A poem about PND, post natal depression. If you are suffering, please seek help. You are not alone.
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Hello Son

September 28, 2016 Guest Poster 0

Hello son  I’m sorry that we started off and things seemed really bad I was waiting for these feelings see That I thought I’d never have I was waiting for the love and stuff that […]

Rachel shares with us the reflection of her baby daughter turning one years old. You can read this and other real life Voices of Parenting on Punkymoms.com, the best alternative parenting community out there!
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On Turning One

February 24, 2016 Rachel 1

My baby is turning one. It’s a big deal. I’ve been asked a few times if I’m sad or want her to stay my baby forever. If I miss the tiny newborn days already. In […]

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Nursing Queen, You Are A Breastfeeding Dancing Queen

August 22, 2015 Paula 1

Nursing Queen, You Are A Breastfeeding Dancing Queen You can nurse….you can cryyyyy Youtube Channel Laughing Moms made a little parody video about breastfeeding set to Abba’s Dancing Queen. I usually don’t condone Abba listening […]

It Is My Goal To Raise Gentle Boys - Raising The Next Generation
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It Is My Goal To Raise Gentle Boys

July 29, 2015 Nina 5

“It is my goal to raise gentle boys” Sarah Sophie Flicker  When I was a little girl I wanted to be a doctor, a ballerina, an astronaut, a nun, but most of all a feminist. […]