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because everyday ROUTINES let little ones feel safe, and relaxed so that the can venture into and explore the world around them

In Praise of Stay-At-Home Dads

A guest post by Fiona Jager There was a fleeting moment, soon after our first daughter was born, when my husband and I considered the option of me going back to work full time while he stayed home with her. But I didn’t want it… then. I wanted my share of at home time and...

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Traveling with Kids: the 13 things you should never leave home without

After a little international travel over the long weekend with my 7 year-old, I was reminded that traveling with kids is fun, rewarding, and, with a little preparation, can be easy. But being unprepared can make everyone miserable, especially when it comes to airports, delays, and border crossings. With summer vacations on the horizon, many...

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The MUFFIN

Sometimes my muffins are loaves, sometimes they are healthy muffins masquerading as doughnuts, but they all start with my master recipe. I have figured out a muffin recipe that is pretty forgiving as long as the basic proportions remain constant. additions, substitutions, variations, Go Dairy/Gluten/Egg Free or even vegan.

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Pasta Jewelry Tutorial

Pasta Jewelry! Helps your little person by supporting creativity, cognitive development, dexterity, fine motor skills, & early math concepts (patterning). A great craft, made even better because chances are you already have everything you need in your kitchen. Our first week of cold and wet fall weather, our park trips were cut short and we needed...

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