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So much for the nightlight

Ok, that did not work! My daughter was up at 2am again last night.I turned off the light, rocked her back to sleep, and rose at 6:15am. It was easier than the previous evenings with a shorter duration of hysterics…but this needs to stop!No idea what I can try next […]

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Scared of the dark?

The past few nights have been rough on Mr. and Mrs. OWTK. Our daughter seems to be dealing with two things right now: 1) A seasonal stuffy nose which is giving her trouble in the breathing department, while laying down. This nasal issue is waking her up around 1 or […]

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Practice Makes Perfect

In an effort to teach, and then reinforce, manners and all-around nice behavoir, we have begun to ask our daughter if she wants to practice some of the little things she is struggling to do constantly. She loves the idea, gets super-excited and wants to “practice” over and over again. […]

When Nature Calls…On The Road
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When Nature Calls…On The Road

If you have ever embarked on a road trip with your potty-trained toddlers and/or kids you surely have found yourself scrambling off an unknown highway exit in search of a usable, and not too scary, toilet. Those moments can come on 1/2 hour trips to a relative’s home or on […]

And the Halloween Costume winner is…
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And the Halloween Costume winner is…

Regarding the Halloween costume selection, it looks like smallest resident of the house will be a ballerina for Halloween ’06. She fell in love with the idea of ballet in Provence, France. In a story I neglected to share back then and a moment I so foolishly did not capture […]

Parenting Blog / Travel

How To Survive Flying With Kids

Air Travel with toddlers doesn’t have to be a stressful experience! Here are some exclusive tips that will teach you how to survive flying with kids. Schedule your flights to coincide with nap/bedtimes. Whenever possible, try to book direct flights during the time of day or night your child would […]

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