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For help with parenting, healthy eating and other mom dilemmas, we’ve assembled a crack team of experts to guide our readers through the not-so-easy parts of raising kids. From sibling rivalry to eating first solids, our experts have you covered. Here’s just a taste of the kind of advice they’ll be delivering, straight from the mouths of a few of the members of our expert team:
“A child flourishes most when you show unconditional love and acceptance of them ‘as is’—no strings attached! They don’t need you to love everything they do.”
Beverley Cathcart-Ross and Doone Estey of the Parenting Network.
“You actually have a choice every time you interact with your child—pause, breathe and then make the right one.”
Julie Freedman Smith & Gail Bell, co-founders of Parenting Power.
“Create a strong parenting support network for yourself, starting before your baby arrives. That way, you’ll have a community to tap into on those days when you’re feeling frustrated and exhausted—and a group who will celebrate the high points in your life as a parent, too.”
Ann Douglas, author of numerous parenting and pregnancy books, including The Mother of All Parenting Books.
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