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5 Years On, Are We Better Parents?

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NPR's Tell Me More turns five this week. Since the program's debut, parents have joined host Michel Martin to share their triumphs and missteps. To mark this milestone, some of the regular moms reflect on how they and the world of parenting have changed. Martin speaks with Dani Tucker, Leslie Morgan Steiner, Jolene Ivey and Aracely Panameno.
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