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Organization for the Special Needs Parent

    Staying on top of kids’ schedules, appointments, and developmental phases is time consuming for any parent. For those who are parenting a child with special needs however, organization becomes absolutely key to your child’s health and your sanity. Over the last decade, I have attempted to organize our life with varying degrees of …

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7 Tips for Reading to a Toddler

It’s never too early to start reading with your child! Books are a great way to promote language and encourage pre-literacy skills.  My one-year-old loves to turn pages in books but sometimes has a hard time sitting through an entire book.  Here are 7 tips for choosing age-appropriate books for children, toddlers under three and …

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Valentines Day Traditions to Remember

A few years ago, the ups and downs of teenage daughters prompted me to start some new valentines traditions in our home.  I wanted my children to have a fun and happy day no matter what happened at school.  You can see previous posts here and here for some family-oriented February activities. We always begin our Valentines Day with …

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