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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 #5

☑️ I recently found out about this app called Wondergrade and it has been a welcome change from so many apps on the market. It’s designed solely to help teach kids about social-emotional skills! Obviously, real-world practice is the best way to really solidify these skills but this app can give you and your kids great ideas for […]

Friday Favorites #6

☑️  I’ve been reading this new book, The Scaffold Effect, and it is off to a great start. The author is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at the Child Mind Institute. He uses the analogy of a scaffold to show the different aspects of parenting and how they help support our kids. Packed with examples from his […]

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