I don’t know about you, but when school is back in full swing, life gets extra crazy. I found myself wondering how to fit in activities that support my preschoolers' literacy learning at home. When free time seems nonexistent,...
We all know it is going to happen: the questions, the observations, but first the body changes... "The Talk", "The Birds and The Bees", whatever you call it. The time will come to all of us when we take...
Car rides with young children are...enjoyable. Not exactly! Car rides with little kids are... quiet. Nope, not if they are awake! However, car rides can be both of these with some quality podcasts for kids. Huge bonus is they...
With summer here, so many of us are looking forward to the change in routine and hopefully slowing down of some of our schedules. While we'll have a few things on our calendar each week (check our family calendar...
Summer is here! For some families that can mean a jam-packed schedule with summer camps and trips planned. For other families you may be looking for things to do during the summer months, so you don't hear "I'm bored"...
School vacation is upon us and I’m faced with my latest challenge: how to get my kindergarten graduate to keep up his reading practice at home. Play is essential for kids, but summer is long and I don’t want...
Today's parents face a tsunami of pressure to give their child a smartphone and access to social media at younger and younger ages. Children feel the pressure too. It’s so challenging to know the right path for your family!...
I was raised by a hippie father and feminist mother, and yet, even with their progressive ideologies, I was taught to protect myself, my body. The duty to make sure that I wasn't taken advantage of was put on...
“We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It's easy to say, 'It's not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.' Then there are those who see the need and respond....
November is SEPAC Awareness month in Massachusetts. But what is SEPAC? Perhaps you’ve heard of the term before. The SEPAC acronym stands for Special Education Parent Advisory Council. Massachusetts state law requires all public school districts to maintain one. Like...

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