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Thinking ahead?

if you’re a later mom you’ll also likely be a later grandma and maybe not see your grandkids if your kids have kids later too. This is not my worry, but hey, to each her own. Continue reading

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Childcare Progress

Here’s news of progress toward developing consistent standards and oversight mechanisms for childcare nationally. These funds wouldn’t add slots (though other programs may do that down the line), but they would pave the way to improving the quality of what … Continue reading

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Stuff It!

Today’s New York Times Home section cited me as background to their discussion of the way later parenthood intersects with furniture. If you’ve already invested lots of thought and money in your décor, what happens when the kids come along? … Continue reading

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