Learning Together

Get answers, share concerns and join in the conversation.

Get expert insight into early childhood education today.

by Learning Care Group | May 28, 2013 | Work/Life Balance

One of our own favorite moms, Harmony Faust, recently became a mother to the adorable Henry, and she’s learned very quickly some of the trials and tribulations of being a parent. Check out her “Mom”ent to see why being a mom is sometimes more of a “poopy” job than one expects. My friends with babies […]

 |  comments



by Dr. Heather Wittenberg | May 20, 2013 | sites | Work/Life Balance

Being a Mom is challenging. Up-all-night-on-barf-patrol, breaking-up-sibling-squabbles, finding-a-bathroom-for-a-potty-training-toddler – challenging. Being a Mom is also miraculous – baby’s-sweet smile, first-steps, watching-them-sleep miraculous. But the Mom moments that keep me going during long, challenging days are the silly ones. I was having one of those challenging days. It started out with an important meeting around a […]

 |  comments



by Melissa Taylor | May 14, 2013 | Work/Life Balance

School plays, a trip to Disney World®, and mountain vacations fill our photo albums. But none of those are the moments I cherish as a mom… not by a long shot. The most meaningful moments of my parenting were years in the making and captured only by my heart. From birth, my daughter Annika hated […]

 |  comments



by Hollee Schwartz Temple | May 8, 2013 | sites | Work/Life Balance

It’s painful to see your kid struggle. And yet one of my favorite recent “mom moments” resulted from a setback that my younger son experienced. The setting was my living room, where a handful of kids were participating in a low-key piano and voice recital for a group of friends and family. “Hank,” as the […]

 |  comments



by Hollee Schwartz Temple | May 7, 2013 | Work/Life Balance

With all of the debate about work/family balance lately, it’s hard not to wonder whether your personal solution is the “best” one. But there is no one-size-fits-all solution to parenting, and there are many paths to feeling successful as moms and dads.  That being said, there’s one clear route to feeling lousy about your parenting: […]

 |  comments



by Hollee Schwartz Temple | May 2, 2013 | Child Development | Work/Life Balance

It’s one thing to say that you want your children to experience challenges, but it’s quite another to sit tight while they struggle through difficult times. Recently our family made a cross-country move that landed my 10- and 8-year-old sons 2,500 miles from home, in a new house and a new school. I had to […]

 |  comments



by Learning Care Group | April 18, 2013 | Work/Life Balance

While vacations are a great time to experience new things and bond as a family, they can also present a new variety of family challenges. Here are five tips to help you, and your family, cope: Start Early: Begin the day’s activities after a quick breakfast. Crowds will be light and your children’s energy will […]

 |  comments



by Learning Care Group | April 18, 2013 | Work/Life Balance

Work-life balance refers to the balance between your work commitments and your personal life. Many of us are confronted with the predicament of maintaining work-life balance and raising young children. If you’re finding it more challenging than ever to juggle the demands of your job and the rest of your life, you’re not alone. Here […]

 |  comments



by Learning Care Group | March 20, 2013 | Work/Life Balance

With our Flex Care program, you can purchase child care days in advance for use as you need them – all year long. You get reliability and flexibility and your child gets to experience proven curriculum in our fun, safe and secure environment. Flex Care is the perfect solution for those who: Work part-time Have […]

 |  comments



by Hollee Schwartz Temple | November 30, 2012 | Work/Life Balance

For better or worse, my kids associate the holiday season with gifts. I haven’t even put away the Thanksgiving decorations, but I already know my boys would like their first electronic readers, some new clothing for our planned holiday trip and (obviously!) a replenishing of their beloved baseball equipment. While my kids will receive some […]

 |  comments