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Today's Quote: Ann Landers

"It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successfull human beings."   - Ann Landers

Raising children to become independent and confident adults is a complicated and sometimes messy job....and yet it is one that many of us accept with great anticipation and maybe even a hint of ignorant bliss. From the days of being "at the ready" to interrupt a fall from those first steps to cheering at the finish line, growing a child in the ways they should go is likely the most rewarding job we will ever have.

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