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Aug 2014
by Ann Dunaway Teh | Health & Wellness, Child Development, Family | 0

As a child, I always enjoyed playing in my grandmother’s kitchen. There was one cabinet in particular, dubbed the “science cabinet,” where my grandmother and I spent hours playing with mixing bowls, measuring spoons and Tupperware.

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Aug 2014
by Sarah Thompson | Safety | 0

Growing up, I loved back-to-school time. I loved getting new pencils, clothes, a lunch box and the coolest trapper keeper binder I could find.

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Aug 2014
by Lynn Louise Wonders | Health & Wellness, Child Development, Education, Family | 0

Young children thrive on predictable routine, but transitioning from the summertime – full of unstructured fun with family – to the school year schedule can be a little bit tricky.

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Aug 2014
by Ryan Swanson | Child Care, Family, Work/Life Balance | 0

The weekends take on new meaning when you have children. That free time is no longer dedicated to sleeping in, lazing around and dining out at trendy local restaurants.

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