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One, Two, Threenager

Long before you become a parent you learn about the “terrible twos.” The tantrums and volatility of toddlerhood earns our two year olds this “terrible” nomenclature. But in my experience there’s nothing terrible about two. That is unless you expect your child to shirk normal human development in favor of adult social norms. They can’t […]

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How to Boost Your Child’s Language Skills – Tricks of the Trade!

As a speech pathologist for almost nine years, I am constantly reflecting on how I can use every opportunity with my kids to boost language skills. Parents always ask me how they can help facilitate good communication skills. As a mom I get it, the paranoia is real! “Does my child say enough compared to […]

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Water Safety Info Every Family Needs to Know

This post was sponsored by Goldfish Swim School Yorktown Heights. Thank you for supporting our sponsors.May is National Water Safety Awareness Month. Water safety is a topic that impacts all families. Every adult who supervises children needs to know basic information on how to keep kids safer in and around water. When it comes to […]

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Kids, big and small, come to play at LEGOLAND Discovery Center

I am quite sure people everywhere have played with LEGOS at some point in their life. Either from when they were younger, or with their children now, or both! That’s why we love Westchester County Moms Blog sponsor, LEGOLAND Discovery Center! This mall of LEGOS brings everything to life. They have the most extensive displays […]

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Inspiring Family Activities!

Did you know that we can inspire one another to be more active? This year’s Sports & Fitness Industry Association’s annual Topline Participation Report revealed some interesting statistics. The percentage of Americans aged six and over that are physically inactive is at about 27.6% (this number has remained just about the same since 2012). The […]

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