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If you've signed up to bring water to your child's holiday party, make it fun but easy (who's got time for decorating with googly eyes and pipe cleaners this time of year, anyway?).

In many homes on the first day of school, kids are asked the same question (and every good Pinterest mom has a board ready for the photo-op answer): "What do you want to be when you grow up?" This year my son said, "a secret agent" and my daughter said, "a princess who eats, a lot." I dutifully recorded their responses and took their pictures. After they went to school, I started thinking, "What will they say next year?"

In many homes on the first day of school, kids are asked the same question (and every good Pinterest mom has a board ready for the photo-op answer): "What do you want to be when you grow up?" This year my son said, "a secret agent" and my daughter said, "a princess who eats, a lot."

The Day I Demoted Myself: The Power of Transparency in the Workplace

At my twins' ten-year well visits this summer, we were put through the normal routine—charting growth and promising again to always wear bike helmets.

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