Write up in about.com August 14, 2008. About.com is owned by the New York Times.
This story (complete story here) appeared on about.com in August. It's taken us a while to link to it. We are grateful to astrology guide extraordinare Molly Hall who mentioned not only our website, but who has sent so much traffic to our site by referencing and linking to our KiddieStarSigns blog for Celebrity Kids.
"Mademoiselle Kiddie of the children's astrology site Kiddiegram.com says her raison d'etre is to "help parents understand the talents and special skill set their children have brought to the planet." The virtual Diva took time from her whirl of adventure travel and stargazing to wax poetic on children's astrology. "The map is not the territory is a major dictum in semantics," she begins. "Parents could remember that a child's chart wheel or any interpretation is a map, not the territory. Like Lewis and Clark, mapping the New World, a parent can use the general outlines of their child's psychological terrain to help their child navigate their amazing journey through life. Some kids have lots of mountains, others deep rivers, others beautiful self sustaining deserts islands or urban landscapes. Others may have a mixture of many terrains. An ocean view from a bustling boulevard. Other kids might seem more drawn to outer space!"
More of the story, along with an amazing (if we do say so ourselves as it also appears in Mlle Kiddie's Library, is a mini-textbook on your child's star map by astrologer Amy Herring of Heavenly Truth.com is here.
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