Developing Positive Character Traits with Primrose Friends

It’s never too early to help your child develop positive character traits.  As early as 6 months old, babies begin to show signs of empathy.…

Building a Healthier Pizza

Sept. 5 is National Cheese Pizza Day. It’s a perfect time to take inspiration from our Balanced Menus, designed to introduce children to diverse foods…

Parents Experience Separation Anxiety, Too.

As parents, we are familiar with the anxiety that some children can exhibit when they leave for camp or begin school. Sometimes, we are not as…

How to Let Go of Parent Guilt

Now that back-to-school season is here, I’m reminded of the stress and challenges I faced transitioning my children from the more relaxed summer months to…

De-Stressing and Spending Quality Time with Your Kids

Many of us look forward to having extra time to spend with our children and families, but we are often faced with busy weeks and…

7 Ways to Practice Patience with Your Child

Little kids have big feelings. And while all the advice says that parents should stay perfectly calm during our toddlers’ meltdowns, parents are people, too.…

Helping Preschoolers Develop an Attitude of Gratitude

It’s never too soon to begin teaching your little one about gratitude. Children as young as 2 can begin practicing basic expressions of gratitude, like…

Positive Parenting Tips for the Under-Five Set

Overly strict parenting typically results in either rebellious, angry children or children who don’t develop a healthy ability to speak for themselves. Overly permissive parents…

Navigating Parent Insecurities

In celebration of Working Parents Day, we took on parental guilt and gave five moms the surprise of their lives by sharing video testimonials from friends, family members, teachers and coworkers who validated that they’re doing a great job as parents – despite their personal insecurities. Their reactions show the magic that happens when we lift each other up.
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