Beyond the Egg Timer

An insider's guide to having children in your thirties and forties.

A Season for Every Birth

Does it seem like siblings are born in the same month more often than you would expect? Apparently they are, for reasons that are poorly understood. Read More


The subject of this article looked interesting to me because all my kids are born in a cluster in the spring and I thought it would be interesting to see if there is a reason why. Unfortunately, in order to see why, I had to click on all the links in this article. The article wasnt actually WRITTEN, it was more of a resource page so I could research the answer myself.

Come on. Write the article. That's the fun of creating something--putting links in strategic places isnt actually creating anything. And it makes you look like yahoo news, instead of psychology today.

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Sharon I. Praissman is an adult (medical) and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. Emma Williams is a public health researcher and writer.


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