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18 Summers Just Isn’t Enough

A group of moms hurried in to preschool pickup, many of us lugging younger siblings, scaling the stairs to the classroom with careful hurry. One mother turned toward the group and said, “I can’t believe there’s only one more month left in the school year. I’m dreading having the kids home all summer.” Other moms […]

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Let Them Do It Themselves

One of the hardest parts about parenting a young child is having to do everything for them. You’re taking care of another person, completely responsible for their well-being and livelihood. It’s time consuming and stressful. But one of the things I have learned in my two years of being a mother is that we sometimes put […]

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Plan Your Mother’s Day Weekend :: May 12–14

FridaySaturdaySundayFriday Annie - Various times (Boston) PJ Library Books and Blocks Weekly Drop-In - 9:30am - 11:00am (Arlington) PJ Library Books and Blocks Weekly Drop-In - 9:30am - 11:00am (Newton) JFN Free Friday Playgroup - 9:30am - 11:30am (Natick) Make Way for Ducklings: The Art of Robert McCloskey - 10:00am - 5:00am (Boston) Mom’s Club Playgroup meets - 10:00am - 12:00pm [...]
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Three Things About Age Three

Age 3 is a challenge. (I’ve written about it here.) Sometimes I find myself overwhelmed by how hard it is, every moment, and I need the reminder that age 3 is also wonderful. So I’m writing it down, and I have these words to come back to when we’ve had a particularly tough day. Here are the […]

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My Daughter Starts Preschool This Fall… and I Can’t Wait!

“Mama, you be the baby and I’ll be the mama.”  “Can I watch something, Mama?” “Mama, will you read to me?” “I’m hungry. Can I have a snack?” When you are the mom of a young child, the same soundtrack of questions plays on repeat. When you’re a stay-at-home mom, it’s a never-ending loop. For […]

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Preschool Dropout

Recently, my husband and I had to make one of those parenting decisions. You know the ones: You are kept awake at night, questioning all your past and future choices. And you might always wonder if you made the right one. Last year, we loved our parent-run preschool co-op. Our son delighted in going each morning […]

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