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Does Your Family Make a Summertime Wish List?

Does Your Family Make a Summertime Wish List?

Every year, it’s the same thing. In January, it feels as though summer is but a distant memory (except for the rush to register for ...

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Food-Themed Learning Activities for Kids

Food-Themed Learning Activities for Kids

The students at Bright Horizons centers across the country have been learning a lot about teamwork, community & more through food-themed activities & projects: Kindergarten ...

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The Return to Work Challenge: Helpful Hints for New Parents

The Return to Work Challenge: Helpful Hints for New Parents

Today’s post was written by our guest blogger Melissa Jacobowitz, a Bright Horizons employee and mom of two: As parents we often question ourselves with ...

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5 Things to Carry in Your Summer Baby Bag

5 Things to Carry in Your Summer Baby Bag

Summer is finally in full swing, which means the heavy coats, gloves, scarves, and all the extra stuff that my family needs to keep warm in ...

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How to Shop Farmers Markets to Prepare Kid & Allergy-Friendly Meals

How to Shop Farmers Markets to Prepare Kid & Allergy-Friendly Meals

Today’s post is courtesy of Nicole Ledoux, co-founder of 88 Acres, a healthy snack company: I was raised on a farm in Central Massachusetts. It’s where ...

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My “Aha” Moment as a Mom

My “Aha” Moment as a Mom

Looking back, those early days seem like blur of 2 AM feedings, little (okay, zero) sleep, and constant doubts as to how I was royally ...

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Tips for Buying Used Baby Furniture

Tips for Buying Used Baby Furniture

My friends laugh at me, but I have jumped in (with both feet) into the upcycle/DIY movement that has been sweeping the nation… thanks Pinterest! ...

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Turning Wholesome Ingredients into Healthy, Convenient Meals

Turning Wholesome Ingredients into Healthy, Convenient Meals

Today’s post is courtesy of Nicole Ledoux, co-founder of 88 Acres, a healthy snack company: I have always believed a pantry tells you a lot ...

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Tips for Raising Resilient Kids

Tips for Raising Resilient Kids

One day during her second grade year, I dropped Fiona off at school and then spent the next 45 minutes crying. She was having a ...

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Becoming an Accidental Food Entrepreneur

Becoming an Accidental Food Entrepreneur

Today’s post is courtesy of Nicole Ledoux, co-founder of 88 Acres, a healthy snack company: I had never known anyone with food allergies before meeting my ...

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