Tag: childhood

Confession of a Guiltless and Well-Rested Mommy

| October 24, 2016 | 8 Comments
Confession of a Guiltless and Well-Rested Mommy

  CONFESSION OF A GUILTLESS AND WELL-RESTED MOMMY   I have a confession to make and I know many of you will identify with what I am about to share with you. I, Julie Cloutier, lay down next to my 5 year old son every night to help him fall asleep. There, I said it […]

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Being There: The Vital Role of the Father

| February 10, 2014 | 6 Comments
Being There: The Vital Role of the Father

As much as it hurts to say, when a child is born to young parents, the presence of the father is optional. Boys grow into men, and sometimes a baby is born during that transition. The relationship between mother and father crumbles under stress and hardship, or self-doubt and fear makes them run. Whatever the […]

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