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Holiday Kindness Calendar for Kids

Holiday Kindness Calendar for Kids

Five years ago when my husband and I got married we had the most amazing interfaith celebration – we “broke the glass” at the end of our ceremony, listened to the seven Jewish blessings, and even ...

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Teachers

Holiday Gift Ideas for Teachers

As we celebrate the holiday season it’s wonderful to show gratitude to the people in our lives, including our child’s teacher or caregiver. A small, thoughtful gift can be a great way to show appreciation for ...

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Things To Do During A Winter Maternity Leave

Things To Do During A Winter Maternity Leave

Keeping the family busy and occupied indoors during the cold, long months of winter can be tough for any parent – a challenge that strikes even the newest of parents. Despite enjoying precious time with a ...

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6 Thanksgiving Activities for Families

6 Thanksgiving Activities for Families

Looking for something fun that the whole family can do together this Thanksgiving (besides all the eating, of course)? Whether you’re in search of some ways to keep your little ones entertained before the main meal ...

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How to Plan a Road Trip With a Baby

How to Plan a Road Trip With a Baby

My husband and I just survived our first official road trip with our baby. As a couple, we did most of our vacations as road trips, so keeping to our vacation norm, we picked a ...

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10 Benefits of Having a Summer Baby

10 Benefits of Having a Summer Baby

My girls were born in August and November and since I live in the Northeast that means I had one summer baby and one winter baby. While having a baby in the winter does have ...

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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 summer camps). In May, summer seems to stretch out before ...

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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 Prep – Exploring Family Traditions Through Food Bright Horizons at ...

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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 the colder months of the year are now a distant ...

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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 I learned about food and it has had the biggest ...

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