Author: The Parent Cue

Making the Most of Summer

    For families, May is arguably one of the busiest times of the year: Mother’s Day celebrations, recitals, end of the year parties, teacher appreciation, graduations, finals . . .  Mostly all good things, but also enough stress and busyness to have you wonder if the end of the school year will come before you fall apart. Well, it’s almost here. You’ve made it. The glory of summer is arriving swiftly, and we don’t want you to miss it! As you transition to the lazier days of summer, we want to help you make the most of the...

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What to Do With the Curiosity of a Three-Year-Old

If you ask me, any phase that involves sleeping through the night is far superior to any that don’t. Add uninterrupted REM to the fact that most three-year-olds are beginning to learn how to dress themselves, go to the bathroom in an actual toilet, and tell you what they want for dinner (granted, it’s usually chicken nuggets). A parent may get to this phase and think . . . Whew. Those first three years were nuts. Now maybe I can relax a little.

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