There’s No Such Thing as a Polite 3-Year-Old
Slate’s parenting podcast debates how to handle an obstinate “threenager.”
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On this week’s episode: Jamilah, Elizabeth and Rebecca answer a question about a mother who “feels like less of a parent” now that she shares 50/50 custody of her daughter, post separation. They also answer a question about how to teach a “threenager” to be polite.
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Elizabeth recommends actually using your fancy dishes.
Rebecca recommends making the switch to cloth napkins. Bonus recommendation for adults: watch Borgen.
Jamilah recommends Celestial Seasonings’ Lemon Lavender Lane tea.
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