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Every summer, when I was growing up, we got into a fully-packed car and embarked on a five-hour drive to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. My brother and I sat in the…
Facial Expressions in Child Development
The brains of babies grow at a rapid rate each day. Since a baby is in utero, she is developing and growing. Since physical growth tends to taper off after…
Inspiring Growth and Curiosity Through Gardening
My grandmother always kept a colorful, lively, full garden filled with rocks and stepstones, flowers and plants. My mother also kept a garden and for both, growing up, I helped…
Parenting can be exhausting
Parenting can be exhausting. With the added dimension of more time at home due to the pandemic over the past year, many parents may feel extra tired, extra impatient, and…
The Magic of Picture Books
Ever since I was young, I have been mesmerized by picture books. The vibrant, colorful pages, the memorable story, the unique characters, the concise yet catchy text. All of it…
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When we think of cereal, we often think: sugar. Sneaky and subtle, sugar is frequently added to cereals, even when we think we’re making the healthiest choice. Often, kids (and…
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