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The 10th Birthday Celebration: The Last of the Little Kid Parties

If you have preschool aged and/or early elementary aged children, you might be in the throes of weekends filled with birthday parties. Many times the whole class is invited and your children enjoy everything from arts and crafts to rock climbing. If you have more than one child yourself, you are bound to be double-booked once in while! […]

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potty training

Potty Training 101: It Stinks!

Once upon a time, I lived in a beautiful home with brand new carpets… Allowing your toddler to be free in your home is one thing. But don’t forget the mess you will need to clean when (not if) your child pees or poops on the floor. Possibly simultaneously. Don’t start potty training before your […]

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In Her Own Time

My daughter has a tendency to use me as a human shield between her and other people when she has to interact with adults. She’ll stand plastered to me, arm rigidly locked around mine, her face half-hidden behind my sleeve as she tries smilingly to answer any bit of chit-chat thrown her way. If you’ve […]

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winter time

Wintertime Wonders: Snow Day Shoppers

Looking back at my childhood growing up in NYC, I don’t remember the mass hysteria about impending snow storms that there is today. This could be because NYC schools were never, ever closed for snow back then and most commuters relied on public transportation. We also didn’t have 24/7 news and social media to provide constant reminders of “the […]

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