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Last But Not Least – November 2015

By Lisa Robinson On a recent Sunday afternoon, I took my 16-year-old daughter, Grace, and her friend Lisa to Fells Point for a late lunch. We chose the outdoor seating of a restaurant on Thames Street. Ravenous, we dug in right away when our food came. Soon after, Lisa was …

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Your Special Child – November 2015

By Amy Landsman Six years ago, 10-year-old Jordan KesslerΓÇöa typically happy, healthy young girlΓÇösuddenly began experiencing debilitating headaches. ΓÇ£At the time, youΓÇÖre just horrified,ΓÇ¥ says her mom, Ellen Kessler, of Potomac. ΓÇ£SheΓÇÖs not [going to] school, and sheΓÇÖs screaming every night with headaches.ΓÇ¥ Kessler took Jordan repeatedly to the pediatrician, …

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Tech Talk – November 2015

By Carolyn Jabs Social media has become the new backyard fence, a place where parents can tell stories, swap tips, and even brag a bit. A recent survey from the Pew Research Center found that moms, in particular, give and get lots of encouragement, as well as useful parenting information, …

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