What we say to our children about differences can help build a more inclusive world.
Let me tell you a bit about it.
"Are we having fun yet?" I asked, after the 18th meltdown.
In addition to mine, of course.
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The language we use and the conversations we have with our kids really matter.
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Turns out, their inability to do what we ask is kind of a good thing.
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