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There are days that my son says something, and I have no idea where he learned it.  To me: Mommy, I love you. I am filling your bucket. To my husband: One day, I will be a daddy, and you will be...
This post is in partnership with the San Francisco Zoo. Many of us have memberships to the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens because it's such a lovely place to stroll with children of any age, and the creative playground is always...
Just yesterday, I received a call from an anxious Noe Valley mom asking the all-important question I hear every summer. She wanted to know, “how should I best prepare my child for school?”. Her first concern was about summer learning...
I usually try to have helpful advice or insights in the articles I write. I wish I could do that for you here, but I can't because I am just starting the kindergarten admissions process, and I am overwhelmed....
Me to my three-year-old daughter: One second, Daddy needs to get one thing and then we can go. My daughter: Damn it, he always takes so long (with an eye roll). I’m sorry – what?! Not only did she just say "damn...
When outdoor activities aren’t an option, we moms of little ones must find ever-more-creative ways to meet our kids’ insatiable appetite for stimulation and prevent them from destroying the house room by room. At the same time, we’re exhausted...
Hey Mamas! Welcome to one of the busiest times of the year: Back-to-School. We know this season can be a little stressful, so we’ve put together this guide so you can feel ready for anything that might be thrown...
Editors Note: There are many research-based articles on the pros and cons of gender-specific toys, a topic that many parents are passionate about. In our toy series with our partner Wicked Uncle, we will be highlighting a specific age and...
I know lots of teachers. Many of my friends and a lot of my family call the classroom their second home, so when I wasn't sure what gift to bring my daughter's teachers last year for Teacher Appreciation week, I...
“Do NOT hit your brother!” “Sweetie, you’re supposed to hit the ball and then run.” Are those two statements connected? They are if you’re in preschool! Preschoolers are concrete learners who use developmentally appropriate resources and observations to learn about life....

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