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As parents, we want nothing more for our children than to grow up and be strong, independent and self-motivated individuals. And as parents, it’s our job to make sure that that’s exactly what they become. But where as a lot of parents think they can begin fostering this kind of independence at about the same time they pack them up for college, independence should be something that parents should b... »
Polka dots and stripes. Tutus and superhero capes. Pink paired with green and purple with yellow. When you let your children dress themselves, there is no end to the colorful and wacky combinations you’ll get. As a parent myself, I’ve seen it all. Yet, while the first tendency is to tell your bedecked child that no, you can’t go to the grocery store in a Hello Kitty shirt, Minnie Mouse skir... »
“Oh, he’d wear a cape to school if I let him…” Or: “My daughter would wear a tutu and a pair of cowgirl boots to class given the choice.” I hear sentiments like these all the time—parents who think that their children’s wardrobe choices are funny, albeit creative, but they’d never in a million years let them actually wear them out in public. After all, what would all the other kids... »