To delay Kindergarten? Or not delay? As school registrations approach, this has been the question at my house. My son’s birthday is at the end of August. By using the logic of my little guy, if he was born...

Socializing Mom

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As you are preparing for the arrival of a new little bundle of joy, you receive many new items. From furniture to car seats, bottles and diapers, and more clothes than your baby will ever wear. All of these...
Every year, before Christmas, I like to clean out my kids’ toys that they are no longer playing with, to keep the clutter to a minimum, before Santa brings more toys! One new thing I’m trying this year as...
Thanksgiving is right around the corner.  Every year at this time, social media is flooded with posts about being thankful.  This is obviously amazing and something to encourage.  We should all be thankful for what we have, and Thanksgiving...

Let Them Be Messy

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Kids love to be messy. At least mine do. I have found that some of my favorite mommy moments have been getting involved in messy sensory play. At times I cringe as the shaving cream goes flying or the...
As a teacher who spent seven years in an elementary classroom, and four years in a preschool classroom, I was no stranger to working with kids with developmental delays. I sat in my fair share of parent/teacher conferences and...
We’ve all heard of the terrible twos, and though tantrums are a normal part of development for one to five years old. We all hope for our child it is later than one and over well before five, but...
I am somewhat of a fighter by nature.   I don't mean physical fighting-  Thankfully I’ve never had to throw a real punch.  I’m talking about emotional and mental battles.  My parents modeled strength during adversity, and I learned from...
I am one of those moms that actually loves to plan birthday parties. I love a good theme, I love planning out all of the details, I love being Pinteresty. I love watching the smiles on my kids’ faces...
The dreaded drop-off in preschool years!  We all stress the saying goodbye at school drop-off, and no, the disappearance trick isn’t the best way, sorry. Here are a few ideas I’ve seen work over my 13 years in early childhood...

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Caps & Cribs Teen Mom Mentoring – Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies

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Caps & Cribs Teen Mom Mentoring This one-on-one mentor program supports the educational, life, career and parenting goals of teen mothers in Palm Beach County. Volunteer...