- THINGS TO DO
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- Bump + Baby
If you want your children to excel in all walks of life, it is important to understand how they develop.+ read more
If there’s one thing parents learn rather quickly, it’s that the words “kid” and “listen” are not always compatible.+ read more
“Here are four things that you can do to support the healthy social and emotional development of young children during the pandemic.”+ read more
“Girls seem to lose their confidence in a “perfect storm” of changes as they grow. Here are some ways you can work to build your daughter’s confidence.”+ read more
Images are so powerful as they can inspire us to imagine potential. This is why my presentations include a plethora of pictures. I show audiences all kinds of girls: different ages, ethnicities and expressions—so they can embrace the…
So, I’ve done the infant thing, toddler thing, pre-school thing…all the way through the teen thing. And if wisdom means knowing what you don’t know, well then parenting has turned me into a side-eye sage. Apparently, I’m wise as all…+ read more
“Working with your children at home can be easier and more enjoyable than you think. Instead of letting fear control your next move, use this time as an opportunity to get to know your child on a deeper level than ever before. Enjoy it. Savor it. It may never happen again.”+ read more
Teaching children to play better will also help them make better connections later in life as they take those skills into every workplace and every interaction in the future.+ read more
Statistics show that 160,000 kids stay home from school each day to avoid being bullied. While most schools have a zero-tolerance policy in the handbooks for bullying behavior, it is important to teach your children what to do when they find themselves in an uncomfortable situation at school.+ read more
There are a few things you can do and say to encourage solo play. Here’s why that’s important.+ read more
Even when you do everything just right, bad things can still happen.+ read more
It’s so easy to get caught up in what we should be teaching our kids that we sometimes forget to learn these things ourselves.+ read more
I’ve always loved the theater. From the time I was a small child, my mother would take me to see performances at our local community theater. Any time the high school was putting on a show, I was always there,…+ read more
I’m always delighted to learn from a friend or acquaintance that my child was polite without prompting.+ read more
It seems as though screens have taken over human interaction—but our kids still need social skills to navigate life and the social experiences that come along with it.+ read more
Laundry is the herpes of household chores.
No matter how you attack it, it never completely goes away.
What could possibly make it worse?
Let me tell you.
What you…+ read more
If you haven’t heard “please” or “thank you” in a while, we can fix that!+ read more
Baby can’t talk yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t decode what her cries, expressions and cues are telling you. Find the secrets to successful baby communication here.+ read more