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A CHERRY BLOSSOM CHILDHOOD: A reminder to appreciate the beauty of a child’s milestones

Yesterday, my one-year-old daughter stabbed a strawberry with a fork. Her chubby fingers triumphantly raised the skewered fruit like Lady Liberty’s torch, her eyes wide with pride while my own filled with tears. Another ‘first’ had come and gone. Wielding cutlery is a simple milestone that shouldn’t cause an emotional breakdown. It wasn’t her first step or first word, though those have passed as well. Still, it stung. Lately, she’s a runaway train of accomplishment, mastering basic life skills...

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