2020年1月25日 星期六

How Do You Teach a Kid to Say Goodbye?

Also: early intervention benefits and coronavirus, explained.
A roundup of new guidance and stories from NYT Parenting.

For Caroline Zancan, watching her son say goodbye to his beloved day care nearly broke her. She wrote a beautiful essay this week about the challenges of moving when you have kids. It’s hard enough for anyone to leave a place they called home for 14 years, and watching your child part from his first friends makes it even more bittersweet.

Our newest guide on the site addresses a topic you may not want to talk about, but need to think about: how to select and name a legal guardian for your children. We also reported on what’s going on with coronavirus, and red flags to watch out for at the ob-gyn. And Emma G. Fitzsimmons, the Times’s City Hall bureau chief, wrote about how early intervention changed her son's life after he suffered a prenatal stroke.

Thanks for reading!

— Jessica Grose, lead editor, NYT Parenting

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via Caroline Zancan

How Do You Help a Child Leave His First Friends?

Watching our son say goodbye to his beloved day care nearly broke me.

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Lucy Jones

Have You Named a Legal Guardian for Your Kids?

No one likes estate planning, but it could mean the difference between stability and chaos for bereaved children.

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Mike Ellis

What Parents Need to Know About Coronavirus

The risk to children and pregnant women in the U.S. is currently low, but experts remain vigilant.

Eleni Kalorkoti

Identifying Red Flags at the Ob-Gyn

“The emphasis here has to be on empowering women to speak up when something has occurred that makes them uncomfortable.”

Rob Fields

I Went to a Conference with a 6-Week Old

“If I could make this trip, I could convince myself that motherhood would add to my life of ambition, not subtract from it.

Early Intervention helped Emma Fitzsimmons access therapists for her son before his first birthday.via Emma Fitzsimmons

How Early Intervention Changed My Son’s Life

Free, frequent and high-quality care has helped Emma’s son recover from a prenatal stroke.

Tiny Victories

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I walked into the living room and announced, “I’m dressed first!” My 7-year-old jumped to his feet and shouted, “First is the worst, second is the best!” and was dressed within 10 seconds. — Rachel Fields, Queens

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