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Earth Day Activities for your Kids

Earth Day Activities for your Kids

| April 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Earth Day is an annual reminder to take care of the Earth for not only us, but the generations to come. It’s a great time to teach your kids small things they can do to leave less of a carbon footprint. Here are a few things you can do with your kids on April 22nd […]

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Spring Cleaning Checklist

Spring Cleaning Checklist

| March 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

There’s something about the fresh spring air and sunshine that inspires us all to throw open the windows and beat, scrub and wash wintertime’s dinginess away, isn’t there? Our mothers probably did this, and called it spring cleaning. Now that I’m a mom myself, it tends to be one more thing to add to my […]

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Things to Do on Spring Break at Home

Things to Do on Spring Break at Home

| March 15, 2021 | 17 Comments

Some school districts have spring break in March, and others have it in April. With the many snow storms so far this year they have been wreaking havoc across the northeast, some school districts closed for a week in February and will be losing their spring breaks! If this is the case for you, you […]

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Time Change Spring Forward and Change Batteries

Time Change Spring Forward and Change Batteries

| March 13, 2021 | 1 Comment

Change your clocks and smoke alarm batteries
This weekend we are set to “Spring Forward” or set our clocks forward an hour in accordance with Daylight Savings Time, 2 a.m. on Sunday. The kids always ask me why we have to change the clocks and I am never really sure what to tell them. I always […]

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Anxiety After Getting COVID Vaccine

Anxiety After Getting COVID Vaccine

| February 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

I want to remind everyone that I am not a doctor. I can’t even say that I am all that experienced with anxiety and panic attacks as I have only experienced them for 8 months. I only want to share my experience regarding the COVID vaccine, so others know they are not alone.
I have various […]

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February is Black History Month

February is Black History Month

| February 12, 2021 | 1 Comment

During the month of February, your child may be spending time in school learning about Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, George Washington Carver and other notable African Americans that have impacted our country’s history. You can help cement your child’s understanding of the issues of racism in the United States by talking at home […]

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February is Burn Awareness Month

February is Burn Awareness Month

| February 7, 2021 | 13 Comments

February is National Burn Awareness Month. Although it may seem like an obvious thing to be aware of and an easy injury to avoid, more than two million Americans are treated for serious burn injuries each year, and a good number of those burn victims are children. Children account for between 10 and 15 percent […]

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January Birthdays are meant to be Celebrated

January Birthdays are meant to be Celebrated

| January 9, 2021 | 1 Comment

Another year has come and gone, and it’s January once again. I’ve always been particularly fond of January because it happens to be my birthday month! My mother and my son are also January babies, so for my family, it’s a time of celebrating, even though the month of big celebratory holidays has just passed.
Having […]

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January is National Hobby Month

January is National Hobby Month

| January 8, 2021 | 59 Comments

January has been designated as National Hobby Month. This is a great time to encourage your kids to start a hobby: The weather might be pretty frightful where you are, and there is usually a bit of a letdown after the holiday season is over. If your child has a hobby that he’s passionate about, […]

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New Years Eve Traditions

New Years Eve Traditions

| December 31, 2020 | 63 Comments

When I was a kid, I remember looking forward to New Year’s Eve: It was the one night of the year that my brothers and I could stay up all night long (well, until midnight), eating junk food and watching movies until finally the ball would drop in Times Square, indicating the end of the […]

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