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December 22, 2021

ISR- INFANT SWIMMING RESOURCE It is our responsibility as parents and caregivers to provide our children with the tools & resources needed to help them grow into happy, functioning adults. We recently gifted our twin toddlers with survival swim lessons and it was the best decision my husband and I have ever made as parents. […]

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November 30, 2021

Photo via Pixabay Homework has several benefits for students. Apart from extending the studies beyond class, homework teaches children to manage their time and to exercise independent thinking. You can help them stay organized, solve problems, and create a bond, which is especially important in terms of co-parenting. However, without the right strategies, homework can […]

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June 17, 2021

Guest Post By: Maria Jose Meneses As children we were told that reading is important, and many of us are among the millions of library users, audible subscribers, and bookstore shoppers. But exactly why is it important and how do we convince kids of its inherent value? Well, like most things, there’s a fiscal angle […]

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April 12, 2021

It’s safe to say that  the world has changed in ways that no one could have anticipated . As we’re all continuously adjusting and adapting, it might seem as though traveling should be the last thing on our minds, especially as a family. But travel is opening up slowly but surely and it’s a great […]

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January 27, 2021

Introducing American Sign Language to your Child Kris SmookeOwner/Instructor Tiny Hands LearningCharlotte, NC Where to Start?Whether your baby is one day old or one year old using sign language with them will jump-start their communication and language skills (and make life a little easier on you). The simplest way to start is one sign at […]

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January 6, 2021

5 Ways to Teach your Toddler to Love Learning (& Why It’s Important) Teaching toddlers is somewhat of a hidden mystery. Of course, we have Pinterest (thank goodness for Pinterest!), but it doesn’t really tell us the timeline to teach certain skills or always the why behind it. We want learning and crafts to be […]

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December 7, 2020

The Nanny League’s Top 10 Favorite Things of 2020 (in no particular order) 1. Favorite Children’s Book Gross Foods! As a fellow entrepreneur, I have to say that this book speaks to my soul! Hayes Drumwright is not only a father of five children but a successful entrepreneur himself, and he wanted to create a […]

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September 4, 2020

5 things you can do to cope with COVID Back to School and Bad Behavior Let’s face it, this is a stressful time for everyone. Unfortunately, when we’re stressed, our kids are stressed, and often that stress will show up as behavior that is less than lovable (more on that in a moment). With the […]

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August 26, 2020

Baby Proofing Your Home: Protect Your Baby and Your Home at the Same Time August 26th by Julia Weaver of Redfin Baby proofing your home is hardly a one-time event. As your child grows, so do potential hazards they’ll face and opportunities for your child to dirty and destroy your home that you just spent what felt […]

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August 19, 2020

IS IT SAFE FOR MY CHILD TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL? This is the question on every parent’s mind right now. And with so many varying opinions flooding the internet, it has become a challenge for parents to listen to their own inner voice: What is best for my child? Is it safe for my […]

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