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March 26, 2007



Hey there. I have been reading for a long time, and have always meant to comment.
First - I think that the advice to let children be children is SO important. And that that, coupled with taking the time to slow down every now and then and set your own tempo, and not get wrapped up in the momentum of everything around you makes me very excited for your children. I just wanted to say that. From what I have read on your blog, and the way you think, you will be fantastic parents.
And also - on a lighter note, I wanted to say. You have great taste in art! I went to art school myself, and wanted to eventually work in a museum, but then life took over and I ended up a business analyst. Life is strange.
Anyhow - love your posts, and I'm very happy for you and the big changes coming soon.


I am SOOOOOO happy to hear that your nasal surgery is successful in so many ways! ;^)

Even now, I can look at Grace's (Tarik's) referral picture, and get swept away. Heck, I can get swept away just looking at her as she nods off for her nap in my arms. That is one of the beauties of being a parent. No matter what today holds, there is always the bigger picture. What will they become? How will I help them get there?

Your Ms. Tapdance has a lot to offer as you search for the answer to those questions. Every child is an individual, and must be treated as such. What works with one, might not work for another. What works this week with one, might not work next week. There is nothing concrete about parenting. Love them. Know them. Teach them. Grow with them. Learn from them. Love them.

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