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Empathy: Innate or Learned

A few years ago I attended a professional development seminar with early childhood educators from around the world. The conference began with the usual words of welcome and general announcements and then the room darkened and a short video, without introduction, began to play on a large screen.  The participants watched as a group of…

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Becky, single mom to Jonah, talks about Noggin Wipes

When Jonah was born I was overwhelmed. I am a mom by choice and while I had support of family and friends – at the end of the day it was me and this little guy. He started to develop cradle cap after 2 weeks of being born. The doctor told me to use baby…

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Bek, mom of three, talks about Noggin Wipes

This mom of three had no time to deal with the time consuming cradle cap solutions on the market. Noggin Wipes were the answer to her problem. Easy!

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Early Childhood: Emotional Intelligence, and Why It Matters

In the field of early childhood a debate rages between two diametrically opposed approaches to education. In one camp sits firmly the academic approach. Advocates of this educational philosophy argue that preschool must be a platform to prepare children for the rigors of first grade and beyond.  These settings tend to be more structured and…

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Estate Planning: A Guide for Parents

I want to tell you a story. A very good friend of mine died last year after a year-long battle with cancer. He was just 40 years old. His children were 8 and 5 at the time. He had done estate planning, allowing him to make arrangements to ensure his family was taken care of…

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Your Mom Tribe: How To Meet New Mom Friends

Given the fact that moms are often exhausted and potentially covered in spit up, it can be daunting to find your mom tribe. Finding new mom friends feels a lot like dating. You have to put yourself out there, be a good listener, ask engaging questions, and be willing to drive an hour for what…

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6 Steps to Prepare for Stress-Free Spring Cleaning

The time for spring cleaning has arrived! The train has left the station, and the first stop is organizing. Spring organizing and spring cleaning are two entirely different activities.  Their courses of action are quite distinct from each other, and they will each bear very different results. Organizing means sorting through items in your home…

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The Food Conundrum: Balancing Healthy Meals with Busy Lives

My 18-month-old son just ate a Girl Scout S’mores cookie. Okay, maybe four. For breakfast. I know it’s not exactly a healthy meal choice, but it’s oh-so-delish! Plus, we had lots of leftover boxes from my daughter’s troop. Those Thin Mints literally pushed the quinoa oatmeal aside in the pantry. To be fair, Jack is…

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Dave, hands-on dad of three, finds Cradle Cap solution in Noggin Wipes

This hands on dad took matters of cradle cap into his own hands and Noggin Wipes were the perfect fit for him. Unfortunately, he experienced cradle cap not once, not twice, but three times! His set of twins and one younger child all had cradle cap! As you can imagine, this super dad tried everything…

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Summer Organizing Tips

That’s right, Memorial day has passed and summer is officially here! Time to break out the ‘white’ clothes and put the Ugg’s away! Summer comes with warmer weather and longer days. I don’t know about you, but having more sunlight hours makes me feel more motivated and productive. Gone are the winter gloves, hats, and…

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