Learning to Accept Help: Ashburn Patch Article

A little assistance from friends and family likely deserves a thank you, not a tantrum.

“No, I’ll do it!” my son yells for the umpteenth time. We’re getting dressed for daycare. He has put on his socks, his underwear and his pants. Now, he’s having trouble with his shirt. I want to help him find the hole for his head so we can move on, but my son insists on doing it himself. I shake my head and accept the inevitable stubbornness of 2-year-olds.

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