Post by Michele Zipp.
As a mom, I will say my unofficial job duty is that of worrier. Sometimes I go to extremes, and other times I swear I am very laid-back. After reading an article on one woman's inability to get rid of her security pillow until middle school, I wondered if my son will ever lose his attachment to "blue blankie," and if his comfort object was a hindrance in any way.
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