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Congratulations to The Mulvey-Garcia Family, for being named our “Family of the Month!!” When asked to share a short bio about their family, Michelle & Gia had this to say: Willow is a student in the Young Toddler Classroom, who loves her teachers and has so much fun every day, at The Primrose School of Florham Park. At home, she has an older brother, Gabe, who is a huge football fan and two French Bulldogs that are referred to as her “dragons”. One of her moms, Gia, is originally from Trinidad and Tobago and her other mom, Michelle, is from Boston (and a huge Patriots fan…which makes living in the NY/NJ area quite difficult!). While pregnant with Willow, Gia worked diligently to bring her passion for baking and dream of opening a bakery to life. At four months pregnant, she signed a lease for retail space and began a significant renovation project. At 36 weeks, Willow was ready to take the world by storm and was delivered a bit premature! Once Gia and Willow were home from the hospital, they often went to the retail space to oversee renovations and Willow quickly became known as “boss baby.” At seven months old, Willow became a student at Primrose in the Infant I classroom and has continued to grow by leaps and bounds compliments of the amazing teachers and staff. At almost 17 months old, Willow continues to possess that “boss baby” mentality and is quite tenacious which her moms like to think will be beneficial some day! When not at Primrose, Willow enjoys reading, playing with her stuffed animals, stacking (and knocking over) blocks, and traveling (most often to Disney to see her buddy Minnie Mouse). On Saturdays, "boss baby" can normally be seen carrying around her Primrose bag at Willow & Olivia, the retail bakery Gia opened in West Orange, sampling the products and ensuring her Mom is doing the right things. Congratulations Again to The Mulvey-Garcia Family!
We would like to congratulate Ms. Wynisha Evans, for being named, “February’s Apple of Our Eye!” Ms. Evans is an Associate Young Toddler Teacher, here at The Primrose School of Florham Park. Ms. Evans has been working in the Early Childhood Education Field for over 17 years and has previously worked in both public and private daycares. Ms. Evans had her own private daycare business in her house with the help of her family. She is currently enrolled in The University of Phoenix and she is working to obtain her Bachelor’s Degree, in Early Childhood Education. Ms. Evans wants to continue her education, in the Early Childhood Education Field, due to her love for children. She wants to expand her knowledge in this field to be able to provide her students with as much knowledge as possible, to ensure their academic success in their future. Ms. Evans wanted to share this comment with you: “It gives me great joy to know that I am helping to shape the lives of young children. I am excited to be working as a teacher, at The Primrose School of Florham Park!” Ms. Evans brings her caring and loving personality, her creativity, and her passion for teaching children to our school. We are so lucky to have her as a Primrose Teacher! Congratulations Ms. Evans! You are the Apple of Our Eye!
February is Children’s Dental Health month!
Valentine’s Day always brings much-needed warmth and color to long winters.
Teaching a child to tie her shoes is an important developmental milestone – parents dream of the day that securing sneakers onto a squirming toddler is no longer a part of their morning routine.
Kids’ birthday parties are a lot of fun, but they can also bring a lot of stress for parents.
As a mom, the most accurate statement about parenting I’ve heard is that once you finally feel like you’ve figured things out, everything changes.
Be confident that you are doing a great job and #LetGuiltGo