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Sep21
Beginner Jigsaw Puzzles: The Yay to the Nay

Beginner Jigsaw Puzzles: The Yay to the Nay

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Since puzzles are supposed to be great for developing math skills, I put my daughter through the ultimate test— completing four different beginner jigsaw puzzles.

Sep19
Alpha Mom Must List: Sh*tty Mom Book

Alpha Mom Must List: Sh*tty Mom Book

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The Chelsea Handler of the future is pissed. Because when she sits down to write her parenting book (yes, I know I’m making big assumptions here, just stick with me), she’ll realize that the book she wants to write has already been written. It’s called Sh*tty Mom, and it’s hysterical, brutally honest with a dash of the politically incorrect.

Sep17
Talking to Your Child About Their Special Needs

Talking to Your Child About Their Special Needs

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At what point — when special education and speech therapy and other services are the norm in your child’s life — do you explain to them that they’re different? And how?

Sep07
Back-to-Preschool Shoes: The Yay to the Nay

Back-to-Preschool Shoes: The Yay to the Nay

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I took my daughter’s to a kids’ shoe store to find out which brands are best for her first year in preschool. She didn’t care, as long as every pair was pink.

Sep05
Back-to-School Resolutions

Back-to-School Resolutions

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I always loved back to school season when I was a kid. The new clothes, new shoes, crisp notebooks that were not yet written in, sharpened pencils and pens at your disposal. It marked the beginning, a fresh start. No matter what had happened the previous school year, the slate was wiped clean. It seems then a more fitting time of the year to make some resolutions.

Sep04
It’s A New School Year For Parents, Too

It’s A New School Year For Parents, Too

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Unless you know for a fact that your kid’s new teacher is a convicted felon, don’t freak out and call the principal if she wasn’t your first choice.

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