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The Good Thing About Fathers0
The Good Thing About Fathers
Published: June 30, 2017 | 4 minute read

Douglas and Noah take a dip in the pool Another reason that father is wonderful is that he has not altogether lost his concept of time. Mother lives between the adult world of “there is never enough time” and the kid world of “there is all the time in the world”. When these two worlds meet, chaos ensues. This is the universe in which mother tries to marry “no time” with “all the time in the world”.

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Mother vs. iPad0
Mother vs. iPad
Published: June 12, 2015 | 6 minute read

I don’t think iPads are better than mothers. I don’t think iPhones are better than mothers either. I love my iPhone. I doubt that there are many people on Planet Earth who love and appreciate the genius of the iPhone any more than I do. When it’s bad boy little brother arrived –the iPad – I knew the minute I saw him that he would change everything, and he has.

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The Foundation for Success0
The Foundation for Success
Published: May 28, 2015 | 4 minute read

35 years ago, Elane Scott attended our early development parenting course, How to Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence. 35 years later, Elane’s daughter and son-in-law attended the same course and learned how to give their child a strong foundation. Mother’s comments about her experience: “That one week at the How to Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence course, 35 years ago, made me realize how important my role was as a mother. I learned that the decisions I made to meet the earliest needs of my infant daughter would affect her forever.

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Birth Trauma: The Astonishing Story of Pierre 2/11/20150
Birth Trauma: The Astonishing Story of Pierre 2/11/2015
Published: February 11, 2015 | 4 minute read

Recently a mother in South Africa wrote to us about her son—a young man whom we never met but whose life was greatly influenced by The Institutes. At birth the umbilical cord was wrapped around Pierre’s neck and he was almost delivered by caesarean section. All seemed well, at first. A few hours later, however, Pierre stopped breathing and had his first seizure. Mother says, “Later that day our baby did not even remotely resemble the one delivered earlier that day.

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Duke University Study Confirms Babies Can Differentiate Quantity0
Duke University Study Confirms Babies Can Differentiate Quantity
Published: December 18, 2014 | 3 minute read

Teaching Babies Math: Babies Innate Number Sense Predicts Future Math Skill Michael may be a baby but he is ready to learn the language of math New research from the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences supports the math ability of infants. “The use of Arabic numerals to represent different values is a characteristic unique to humans, not seen outside our species. But we aren’t born with this skill. Infants don’t have the words to count to 10.

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