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Don't Get Stuck in a Rut


By Tricia Goss

When your days consist of changing diapers and wiping noses, and the bulk of your conversations are carried on with 2 year olds, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut. Whether you’re a child care provider or a stay at home parent, you exert so much of your time and energy on kids that it’s easy to put yourself on the back burner.







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Toddler and Teen

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