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Read for the Record 2017

Read for the Record 2017

Did you and your child take part in Jumpstart’s Read for the Record this past Thursday? Many of Bright Horizons early education centers, children, and families from across the country participated in this fun day of ...

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Bright Horizons Celebrates Being One of FORTUNE’s “100 Best”

Bright Horizons Celebrates Being One of FORTUNE’s “100 Best”

Bright Horizons is a great place to be! Bright Horizons is proud to be included on FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list for the 17th time! “Throughout our 30 year history, the strength ...

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Did You Bring Your Kids to Vote?

Did You Bring Your Kids to Vote?

Grown-ups aren’t the only ones taking part in Election Day – children across the country are learning about the political process by accompanying their parents to the polls. Many of our Family Room bloggers brought ...

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Bright Horizons Reads for the Record 2016

Bright Horizons Reads for the Record 2016

Jumpstart’s Read for the Record is the world’s largest shared reading experience when millions of individuals come together to celebrate literacy and support Jumpstart in its efforts to promote early childhood education. This past week ...

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More Photos of Mom: The Viral Message That Hit Home for Me

More Photos of Mom: The Viral Message That Hit Home for Me

Did you see the recent viral Facebook post from Kaylin Maree Schimpf? I saw it at least two to three times on my Facebook feed – probably because it rang so true for so many of my ...

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Unveiling a New Bright Space for Homeless Children

Unveiling a New Bright Space for Homeless Children

Over the past year, The Bright Horizons Foundation, CrossFit New England and the non-profit, kettlebells4kids, have been working hard to create a Bright Space at the South Middlesex Opportunity Council’s Pathways family shelter in Framingham, MA. ...

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Working Mothers Take on the Olympics!

Working Mothers Take on the Olympics!

Earlier this week Olympic swimmer Dana Vollmer scored a bronze medal in the Butterfly. What makes this achievement especially awesome is that Dana is 28 and just 17 months ago, she gave birth to a baby ...

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Raising Tolerant Kids in an Age of Terror

Raising Tolerant Kids in an Age of Terror

When Columbine happened, I was in college. Sitting in my apartment in between classes, I was paralyzed in front of the TV I’d just happened to flip on for some background noise. But it felt ...

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Flying with a Baby: JetBlue’s Powerful Mother’s Day Ad

Flying with a Baby: JetBlue’s Powerful Mother’s Day Ad

I’m tired. Not just regular working mom tired, but tired, as in my return flight from a business trip was delayed 3 hours and I didn’t get home from the airport until 4:00 am tired. ...

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“I so Pretty, Mama!” – Raising My Daughter in a Princess Culture

“I so Pretty, Mama!” – Raising My Daughter in a Princess Culture

I should have known the first time I took my daughter shoe shopping. At barely a year old, she took one look around that store and gleefully exclaimed, “Shoes! Shoes!” Today, she puts on her ...

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