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  • My Son Is Coming Home

    By Stephanie Azzarone on August 15, 2014
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    My son is coming home. Just for a visit – 2 weeks – but, still. He lives and works in Shanghai these days – for the past two years in fact, since the summer after college graduation. I remember the day we visited him at school, not long before then, and he was frantic. “Mom, Dad, I have to go […]
  • But I WANT to do Your Homework

    By Stephanie Azzarone on June 25, 2014
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      Read it and weep, helicopter parents: “Helping” (ahem) with your children’s homework could actually drive down their test scores and grades. In a New York Times Opinion piece, Judith Newman writes “How I found myself justifying my career to a 12-year old was this: I wanted him to ace his ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ essay, and I was nervous…I […]
  • Dads Are ‘Making Inroads’ But Moms Still ‘Rule the Roost’

    By Stephanie Azzarone on October 29, 2013
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    Last week, I was honored to speak at M2Moms, the Marketing to Moms Conference in Chicago. Along with meeting a terrific group of women (and a smattering of men) whose companies were interested in learning more about how to market to moms, I had the opportunity to present the results of research we had conducted at Child’s Play, specifically for […]
  • Like Mother, Like Daughter

    By Stephanie Azzarone on August 12, 2009
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    According to a recent study by Ohio State University, women are more likely than men to follow the parenting practices of their mothers. As a result, “We really need to learn a lot more about how fathers learn to parent,” said study co-author Jonathan Vespa. More than 1,000 young parents were chosen from a  group whose own parents had participated in […]