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by Learning Care Group | May 30, 2012 | Learning Activities

Make a pattern with silverware (e.g., one fork, two spoons, one fork, etc.). Challenge your child to continue the pattern. You can try as many patterns as you want!

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by Hollee Schwartz Temple | May 29, 2012 | Work/Life Balance

Last Mother’s Day morning, my little men did not awaken me with giggles, hugs, or even soppy cereal. Instead, I started the day in the hair and make-up room at 30 Rockefeller Center, preparing for one of the biggest moments in my professional life. My Good Enough Is the New Perfect co-author and I had […]

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by Wiggles | May 23, 2012 | Our Friends

 We are excited to personally invite you to celebrate with us this summer! To make it easier to join in the fun, we are offering you our family discount on tickets! Save $10 off each ticket from June 5 – August 19, 2012.* Don’t miss us live in concert this summer during our Celebration Tour […]

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by Hollee Schwartz Temple | May 22, 2012 | Work/Life Balance

In the second chapter of Good Enough Is the New Perfect, my co-author and I conclude that the baby boomers left our generation of moms with two primary inheritances: guilt and inspiration. Lately, though, I’ve been worrying that today’s parents are letting rampant guilt get the best of them. It seems that no matter who […]

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by Learning Care Group | May 21, 2012 | Learning Activities

Count how many steps it takes to get from one end of the house to the other. How many giant steps? Baby steps? If you’re feeling really active, try hopping!

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by Hollee Schwartz Temple | May 14, 2012 | Work/Life Balance

It seems like everyone is buzzing about Pinterest, the website where (mostly) women create virtual bulletin boards of the “beautiful things you find on the Web.” As someone who researches modern motherhood, I was intrigued to read a recent post by author Stephanie O’Dea, titled “Pinterest and Feelings of Inadequacy.” This popular blogger, a New […]

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