Human Parts
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Human Parts

LIVED THROUGH THIS

My Kid Is One in a Million. Literally

When your child doesn’t fit in a neat box, parenting can feel like an extreme sport — and school is often the ultimate challenge

Photo: Erika Fletcher/Unsplash

That morning, I was one of the parents unable to hold back tears as our kindergarteners closed out the school year with a…

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Hudson Valley // Musing about donuts 60% of the time

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