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The Thoughtful Parent

the thoughtful parent

I’m a wife, mom of two boys and a child development writer. I may have a Ph.D, but I believe the value of child development research is not in telling us what is “right” or “wrong” with our parenting, but in helping us to see our children with a new lens.
If you are looking for strategies to support your child’s development using research combined with your own innate intuition, this is the place for you.

Amy Webb

Latest Posts

Friday Favorites #17

☑️ I just found out about this cool app/tool to help monitor kids’ screen time content. It’s from the awesome media advisory group Common Sense Media (which is my go-to for checking if new content is safe for kids). This tool called Sensical allows you to enter your child’s age and then it only provides content that is appropriate […]

Why NOT Playing It Safe All the Time is Good For Kids’ Development

{Sneak peek: Kids need a bit of “risky play” to learn about themselves and their limits. How we can learn to let kids find their limits.} If you have a child that is of walking age, you’re probably familiar with this scenario: You are on the playground with your toddler, and she decides that going down […]

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The Intentional Stay-at-Home Mom

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