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More than Words

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010 | 3 Comments
It is 7 pm. It is 32 degrees outside (and about 37 degrees inside my house). I am 9 months pregnant. In case you need an analogy, I feel like I have been running through the desert with a heavy backpack for read more »

The Power of Words

Monday, February 1st, 2010 | 0 Comments
Guest blogger Kim Schewitz is a marketing consultant, writer and mother of two. A radiant summer’s day finds the sandbox wriggling and writhing with clammy contenders for the lone dump truck. Two pairs of chubby, dimpled paws simultaneously lay claim and an animated read more »

The Gift of Presence

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009 | 2 Comments
Guest blogger Kim Schewitz is a marketing consultant, writer and mother of two. 8:15am. I do not care that I am galloping down two stairs at a time with my children watching, despite the fact that I have warned them against this gravity-taunting read more »

Yom Kippur – Celebrating Mistakes

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009 | 0 Comments
Guest blogger Kim Schewitz writes about the importance of making mistakes: We worry ourselves sick trying to be perfect parents. We think if we get it right we have the power to save our children from heartache. We long for the perfect career that read more »

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