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Working Out While Pregnant :: Tips from Neighborhood Barre

The last thing you want to do when you’re exhausted and nauseous during early pregnancy is to go workout, but believe me ladies… it will actually make you feel better! I had an amazing first pregnancy. I never had problems sleeping, I never swelled up, I never got to a point where I felt miserably […]

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I’m a Volunteeraholic {Guest Blogger}

Hi, I’m Lori, and I’m a volunteeraholic. During my mom reign, I’ve been cub scout leader, baseball team mom, silent auction mom, room mom, soccer registrar, class party planner, field trip mom, school newsletter, robotics mentor (me?), swim team mom, TSA mom, competition judge, PTA, PTO, PTSA, and PTwhatever. WHEW. Now that I’ve established my […]

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First Time Parenting :: Tips from The Goddard School

Written By Dr. Kyle Pruett on behalf of The Goddard School Becoming a parent is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. There are countless surprises in the event itself, even if you are in the minority of parents who were able to thoughtfully plan whether and when this should happen to you. Parenting is an […]

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As your child develops and shows signs of learning new vocabulary, don't simply read the books - ask questions about what you are reading! For example when reading about baby's tummy in All of Baby Nose to Toes, ask your child "what did you put in your tummy today?"

Six Skills Your Child Needs to Learn to Read {Guest Blogger}

Since the last post in this series of reading with your child, I hope you have found small ways to make reading a priority and a pleasant experience for your little ones. With the growing demands for children entering kindergarten, perhaps you have pondered the questions of “how best to prepare your child to read.” […]

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The Top 10 Best Summer Activities for Your Teen {Guest Blogger}

Parents, it’s never too early to begin brainstorming summer activity suggestions for your teen (especially if you’re worried about them spending three long months lazing on the couch!). Many summer programs include early application deadlines that occur well before springtime, so it’s always a good idea to be scoping out programs in advance. Need some […]

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