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  1. #141 The Best Things Iíve Learned About Raising Children ó by Leo Babauta 
    I donít consider myself a parenting expert, but I have helped raise six kids (along with their mothers), and being a father has been one of the most rewarding things in my life.

    And while Iím not a perfect father, I think Iím pretty good at it. Mostly because I absolutely love it.

    Eva and I also have some slightly non-conventional parenting ideas that might be useful to parents who are always looking for new ways of thinking about things.

    So Iím going to share the best things Iíve learned about raising children, not because my way is the best, but because itís always helpful to have a discussion about parenting.

    A really important note: Much of the work of parenting, if not most, was done by my kidsí moms (my wife Eva and my first two kidsí mom). I can only take a little credit.

    Here are some of the best things Iíve learned:
    Leo proceeds to offer 18 lessons he has learned and discusses each briefly. Two of his lessons are Let them direct their own learning, and In the end, they will be the person they are. You donít get to decide who that is.

    The Best Things Iíve Learned About Raising Children ó by Leo Babauta

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  2. #142 The Challenges of Raising a Digital Native | Devorah Heitner, Ph.D. | TEDxNaperville 
    Often these days, we worry about our children on the internet. We teach them a long list of dos and doníts and hope they turn out to be effective communicators and responsible digital citizens. Is this the best approach? In a world where the internet permeates our lives, how do we keep our children from being too connected or not connected enough? What can we do to create a new digital citizenry that safely and effectively rules the internet?


    Dr. Devorah Heitner is the founder and director of Raising Digital Natives, a resource for parents and schools seeking advice on how help children thrive in a world of digital connectedness.




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