find their way

Just turn on the power and everything is all set, she told me. You don’t need to change a thing - I have it on the correct setting and volume, she told me. If it’s not turned on, she said, he won't sleep and will be distracted by the children playing outside. I was babysitting... Continue Reading →

homesick at home

I once read that you start saying goodbye to your child the moment you give birth. Trusting another to watch them for an hour, the first time they crawl, their first steps, the first day of pre-school, start of kindergarten, first time sleeping away from home - on and on the goodbyes go. The initial... Continue Reading →

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