Monthly Archives: February 2014

“Traumatic Birth”

I stumbled on this article, and ended up skimming through it because, as a person who’s given birth and is neither a woman nor mother, the standard dialogue about birth is something I have to be in the mood for. … Continue reading

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Where do the rest of us fit into the “Mommy Wars”?

The so-called “mommy wars” has been well written about, and whenever I look at them, I wonder where the rest of us parents fit into it. On the breastfeeding vs formula issue, I imagine that it’s just¬†assumed that two-father families, … Continue reading

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Alone Time

From time to time, our baby will get very, very fussy. Nothing we’ll do is right, nothing helps, and they give no indication of what they want. Usually when this happens, they’re tired or there’s a tooth incoming or they’re … Continue reading

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Elimination Diets and What I’ve Learned from my Child

I’ve thought about doing various “cut out X” diets in the past. I have a lifetime of health problems, mental disorders that defy medication and all the other treatments, the only thing I haven’t done is cutting out potential problems. … Continue reading

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