Monthly Archives: September 2009

Risks and Rewards – Weekly Stroller Hikes Newletter (1)

Risks and Rewards My husband is an engineer and I am a scientist. In our fields, as well as many others, the most substantial rewards come out of taking risks to try something new or think differently. Max is three. Though he has yet to learn about structured science and invention, his world works the […]

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Weekly Stroller Hikes E-Newsletter: Nap (1)

Nap Ah, the transformative power of a nap. Perhaps it is the temporal proximity to one’s dream world, or the resetting of one’s internal clock, but a nap always leaves me feeling refreshed. Max is sleeping right now, something that will do him good after a fitful night of sleep. When Dad rose at 5 […]

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Weekly Stroller Hikes Newsletter: Oh, Boys (1)

Oh, Boys! As I write this, my husband is diligently assembling a first aid kit. His is in disarray after a busy week of injuries from active boys. Despite being a biologist and knowing that hormone concentrations differ amongst genders, I was resistant to the common idea that boys tended to be rough and prone […]

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Condensed Weekly E-newsletter for Stroller Hikes (1)

Hoorah- The three day weekend is here! We are SO BUSY packing for the annual Stroller Hikes camping trip, so there is no time this week for an essay and a long newsletter. So sorry! I can’t believe we’ve made it through over 200 newsletters without an interruption! So, no poll or newsletter this week. […]

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