A Survival Guide for New Agile Coaches – Blankie

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Both of my kids have had 'blankies'. If you've had kids, yours probably did as well. You know what I mean — that near shredded piece of material of some sort from which your child is inseparable. It's tattered and torn, smells kind of funny and is next to impossible to wash because your child, um, resists having it taken away to be washed.At first I thought the connection to blankie was

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