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Parenting Advice and Strategies

Clearly, here is some extraordinary advice for new parents, complete with diagrams. I'd wish it had this were my twins were born. It probably would've changed a lot of my parenting strategies.


  1. Anonymous12:12:00 PM

    ive read your profile and determined you are a total geek. You do not know how to write a paragraph. Too many periods.

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  3. Wow! I've never had someone ridicule my writing, while doing so with multiple grammatical errors. By the way it's "I've", not "ive". Also, your sentence "Too many periods." isn't a complete sentence.

    I do vary the length of my sentences frequently. It creates rhythm. I try to alternate between longer sentences and short ones. It's called cadence.

    Thanks for your input. I've seen you comment on many many blogs, and now I'm glad I finally got to meet "Anonymous" personally!


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