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February 10, 2013
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FREEDOM TRAIN VALENTINE – Focused Early Childhood Development

Here’s Noah’s Valentine’s Day project for school. Fairly simple, his teacher sent home a large paper heart to decorate as means to boost early childhood development via a family project. With a little guidance, Noah created the Freedom Train Valentine, … Continue reading

February 10, 2013
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Baby Loves Disco!

Here’s your green light to go clubbin’ with the kids. Exclusive nightclub in the heart of Hollywood, street address I can’t find, and a “bouncer” at the rope-latched entrance. Three balloons were the only clue I had the right place. … Continue reading

February 8, 2013
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Effective Discipline: Calm and Easy Does It

Last night, I used a tried and true method of effective discipline. And I’ll do it again. (Yep, you heard me boys, I’ll do it again.) Here’s how it went down. My son’s kindergarten teacher had her some kinda day. … Continue reading

February 7, 2013
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7 Brain Boosters for Mommy Brain (aka “Momnesia”)

You’ve left your car keys in the fridge, milk in the cupboard and mustard in your purse (again). Ugh. The joys of mommy brain. But there is a silver lining. According to researchers, women of newborns may be forgetful in … Continue reading

February 5, 2013
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Railroads Aren’t for Rhinos

(original version prior to publication) On Rhino Ricky’s sixth birthday, he closed his eyes extra tight, blew out his candles extra hard and hollered extra, extra loud, “Rhino on the tracks and I’m not looking back!” The other rhinos gasped. … Continue reading