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Dad Next Door: Across the great divide

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New Mom Dispatch: Finding the Right Children's Book for the Tough Talks

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Start with body parts, expand from there

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A mother recounts the experience of having a sick baby in the NICU in a powerful new graphic novel.

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Dad Next Door

Jeff Lee M.D.

Dad Next Door: Home, sweet home

When I was about 12, my Dad got it into his head that we should move. I’m not sure why. Maybe he was tired of caring for the big yard, or maybe he just felt restless. .... My brothers and my mother didn’t seem to mind, but the whole thing put me in a panic.

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