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Want a Better Night’s Sleep? Read this!

A good night’s sleep is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, especially for young children. If you are a parent of a child under 5 years old, you know how important sleep is for mood stabilization and energy levels. … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Messy Play

Children learn through their observations and hands on experiences in the world around them.  Like sponges, they take in everything! As you and I know, the world is not a sterile, everything in it’s place environment.  If we limit our … Continue reading

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Creating a Safe Backyard for Your Children to Explore

  Guest Post Article by Anya Willis- Anya Willis is a mother of three and has been a yoga instructor for the past 12 years. For most of her childhood Anya struggled with her weight.In school, she was bullied because … Continue reading

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15 Ways to Ask About Your Child’s Day

If you have a child who is preschool age or older you are familiar with the afternoon conversation that goes something like this… Parent: “How was your day?” Child: “Good.” Parent: “What did you do today?” Child: “Nothing.” Nothing?! That’s … Continue reading

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How to Encourage Your Child’s Creativity

Have you ever watched a child create a drawing or painting and wonder what their little minds were imagining?  Maybe you thought they were drawing a house but once it’s finished they tell you its a castle or maybe even something … Continue reading

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Read Across America Day!

Schools across America observe Read Across America Day to celebrate literacy for young children.  The day is always on March 2nd which fittingly, coincides with author Dr. Suess’ birthday.  We celebrate by reading Dr. Seuss books together in all our … Continue reading

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