Lately, my 4-year-old son is obsessed with one of his sister's toys: a sweet baby doll her grandmother gave her when our youngest son was about to join the family. Charlie plays with her, talks to her, makes her dance and, as boys' play tends to include, he sends her head-first into a carefully configured line of cars and trucks. The images can be a little unsettling — after all, baby dolls are meant to be cradled and cooed to, right?Read Full Story
I've been known to tell a toddler that Caillou is broken and we probably can't watch it ever again. The brief devastation on the part of the 3-year-old was worth not having to hear that whining voice one more time. All tacky children's clothing miraculously never comes in their sizes, restaurants only serve water (and wine, for me), and sometimes the only snacks we have are cucumbers.Read Full Story
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