Parent bloggers take to the page

Posted April 24th, 2012 by Sue Wagner in Parenting

I just love saying this out loud, but my bookshelves are bursting with books by some of my favorite people! This spring has brought a spate of great reading by some of the best parent bloggers on the internet. I’ve been sneaking off to the backyard with a beer, or […]

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The Spring Break Juggling Act

Posted April 3rd, 2012 by Sue Wagner in Child, Parenting, Preschoolers, Teens & Tweens

In 48 hours, my kids will be on Spring Break. Normally, by this time, I’m looking forward to a break. I’m tired of packing lunches and helping with dioramas and book reports. I’m weary of ironing uniforms at 1am and searching for misplaced water bottles. I’m ready for some lazy […]

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Feeling the Need to Wean, Yet Again

Posted March 13th, 2012 by Stacy Kravitz in Parenting, Preschoolers

Two and a half years ago I wrote about needing to wean my then, sixteen month old, because I thought it was just the right time.  He could go a full day without it and got the majority of his nourishment from actual food, so, shut down the dairy, right? […]

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My magic bean buyer

Posted March 6th, 2012 by Robin (noteverstill) in Child, Parenting, Preschoolers

Shel Silverstein quote in the window of The Annapolis Bookstore. (Photo credit: me.) Whenever we go downtown together, or to anywhere new at all, my husband prefers to drive. That’s because I will be craning to see the ornamentation at tops of buildings and marveling at the sunsets and filling […]

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Join the @whymommy Love Fest

Posted January 23rd, 2012 by Amie Adams in Health, News, Parenting, Social Media Events

Originally posted at Teach Mama: We are rallying to show support for our sweet friend Susan, @whymommy, and we’re calling out the big guns. Because Susan’s complete and utter awesomeness has reached sooo far across cyberspace and beyond, Susan’s buddies from The DC Moms would like to extend an invitation […]

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