Times Two – welcoming a second child (and living to tell the tale)

by Lindsay Dunckel, Ph.D Times Two Slightly nauseous, dopey still with the miracle of early pregnancy, I would gaze at one in the crib and think Soon, there will be two. Trying to imagine, there in the dark, what gazing at more than one would feel like— A double heartbeat? A bridge suspended? An umbrella […]

Siblings – helping your children appreciate the gift of one another

by Lindsay Dunckel, Ph. D. I always say that the person who can make me laugh the most, and make me angry the fastest, is my brother. It’s true of most siblings. My brother and I are eighteen months apart and shared our childhoods in close quarters through many moves. We know each other deeply […]