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My Daughter’s ADHD Journey :: A Surprising Diagnosis

My daughter has always been described using what I believe to be “stereotypical” little girl descriptors. From the moment her infant lips learned to coo, she hasn’t stopped talking. Learning words has only exacerbated this process. She’s just a little chatterbox! As she stared out the window while learning to read, seemingly ignoring the world around […]

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Should You Go Back to College After Having Kids?

It was a celebration-filled weekend when one of my closest friends, after a 15-year hiatus, graduated from law school. As college “first-years” this friend was adamant that she was going to law school after graduation. She fell in love with law when she interned for a lawyer’s office the summer before we started college. The […]

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The 7 Stages of Getting the Kids Ready in the Morning

To this point, I have been getting children ready for school for seven years, three months, and a handful of days. That equals out to about 1,400 school mornings. Through this experience, I can confidently affirm that the Kubler-Ross “Stages of Grief” model can be accurately applied to my weekday mornings. Stage one: Shock or […]

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Plan Your MLK Day Weekend :: January 13–16

FridaySaturdaySundayMondayFriday Belmont World Film Family Festival: Where Books Come Alive - Various times/locations, please see website PJ Library Books and Blocks Drop-ins - 9:30am - 11:30am (Natick) 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) Make Way for Ducklings: The Art of Robert [...]
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The Gift of Education, for the Student on Your List

We partnered with to help you get ready for college application season!The holiday season is finally here, which means parties, shopping, family commitments, and — if you are the parent of a high school senior — quickly approaching college application deadlines. It isn’t uncommon for students to leave applications and college essays to the […]

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