Family Board Game Night is a popular evening at our house. We look forward to this time each week. However, family game night does not always end with rainbows and butterflies. Most of the time, it ends with someone...
I savor the moments we enjoy a book together. My twins are getting older and diving into chapter books independently.  I know the times we gather together with the whole family and enjoy good picture books are extra special....
July 10, 2016 – a day forever etched in my mind. A day that could have ended tragically for our family. We had spent the day packing and loading up the car, finishing up all the last-minute tasks before our...
March is National Social Worker Month, a time to spotlight the mission of the profession and its role in advocacy of current issues, creating policy change, and the progress being made in areas like equality and social justice. Social...
On March 12, 2020, my kids left their school buildings thinking they would return to in person schooling after a three day weekend. Little did we know, that would be the last time they exited the buildings for that school...
This will be a school year like no other! Whether you are home schooling, doing virtual learning, or learning at school, lots of families need assistance. That help can come in the form of tutoring, enrichment opportunities, childcare, sports...
It is no secret that we are currently living in challenging unprecedented times. Parents and teachers around the country and the world as a whole are bracing to navigate the hardest school year to date. Thanks to COVID, parents...
Writing is therapeutic for me. At a young age I preferred story writing to sports. I savored summers spent reading on my parent’s porch swing. I had such an imagination that many times I was told to get my...
Planning for the Pandemic Being in a household of full time working parents with two little ones and coordinating childcare is always a big deal even without a pandemic. My husband and I were very lucky to have my parents...
I Have a Rant Today. Over the past four months, I’ve seen a (welcome) uptick in the number of parents exploring homeschooling thanks to the pandemic. To some extent, I get it too. In the twelve weeks our kids were home...

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