by Andrea Updyke posted in Mom Stories Today was Oscar’s last day of preschool. That’s right, in my household it is officially summer, before Memorial Day. I have big plans for this summer though because I feel like we are finally in a place where I can handle both boys on fun outings alone. Calvin [...]
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Remember the days before French parenting and the risks of being a snowplow mom? If you’re yearning for some of the simpler fun you remember as a kid, add these awesome outdoor games you played as a kid to your summer bucket list. Read more from source:“ivillage.com”
by Joey Lombardi posted in Mom Stories Driving to work the other day, I heard a story on NPR about the acceptance of stay-at-home dads. I chuckled and commented to my wife “is this still an issue?” And as if on demand, the radio shouted back at me that only 3.5% of stay-at-home parents are [...]
Have your kids lost the art of playing outside? These awesome games — the same ones we used to play — will help them get it back. Read more from source:“ivillage.com”
by Joyce Slaton posted in Mom Stories School’s almost out! May 31 here in San Francisco. We decided we didn’t want to waste the whole summer sitting around the house. This summer we want to get out, explore our beautiful city, see new things and enjoy this little bit of time in which Violet is [...]
by Summer Schiavo posted in Mom Stories It’s a brave new world, folks. For the first time, scientists have successfully grown stem cells from human skin cells, as reported in The Scientist.com. The researchers produced human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) using somatic nuclear transfer (SCNT), a method in which the nucleus of a donor ...
Photo by: Working Mother Editor Pesto Chicken Sandwiches Serves 4 • Prep Time: 7 to 10 minutes • Cook Time: 10 to 16 minutesThe smoky flavor of grilled chicken is a perfect match for the powerful punch of basil pesto in this sandwich. Make It Your Own: Swap in Swiss or fresh mozzarella cheese for [...]
by Leah Speer posted in Mom Stories Two weeks left until my four-year-old will be home all day, every day. The talk on the preschool playground these days revolve around “What, indeed, are you going to do with your kids all summer long???” Some moms are relying on being scheduled to the max to keep [...]
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