The Daddy Complex

npr:

“A new report on why children in day care are sedentary suggests that it’s not the care providers, but the parents, who are mostly to blame.”

Parents are the biggest obstacle to letting kids play, says study in Pediatrics - On Parenting - The Washington Post

I’m not standing in the way. Over the weekend, I opened the back door and instructed the boys to run laps around the yard until dinner was ready. I did this at 10 a.m.


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    I thought this was very interesting. It rings true in my class of 3-year-olds. We are accredited, and required by that...
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