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How I Got My Toddler to Eat Healthy Food

June 22, 2018 at 12:29 PM / by Brooke Cobourn posted in Health, Cooking, Toddlers, Gardening, Farmer's Markets, Healthy Eating, featured



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7 Questions to Ask Your Child's Camp Counselor

June 5, 2018 at 9:00 AM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer camp activities, summer camps, summer camp for kids, summer, parenting tips, parenting resources, parent, parenting, Kids, Day Camp, featured


If it's your child's first time at sleep away camp, you might feel a little uneasy about leaving your child with someone you've never met. Sometimes getting to know the person a little better will help to put your mind at ease. In this post, you will find seven questions that will help guide the conversation so it seems more natural and less like a crime investigation. 

Here are the 7 Questions to Ask Your Child's Camp Counselor:

  1. Are you from around here?
  2. What did you learn at staff training?
  3. What's your background working with kids?
  4. How do you handle it if someone gets hurt or sick?
  5. How do you help a child who is homesick?
  6. What awesome plans do you have in mind for this week?
  7. What is one thing you hope to teach the kids this week?
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An Open Letter to My Child's Summer Camp Counselor

May 31, 2018 at 10:00 AM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer planning, summer camp activities, sleep away camp, summer camps, summer camp for kids, summer, sleep, parenting resources, parenting, moms, families, Day Camp, camp, featured

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Whether this is your child's first summer camp experience or their 5th, they're likely in a new stage of childhood each year. They might have unique challenges or successes going on in their lives this year, and they're about to be the responsibility of another person for a week or more. What would you say to or hope for in their camp counselor?

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Jump! Gymnastics Shares Advice with Parents on Child Safety

March 22, 2018 at 6:10 AM / by Molly Clack posted in Adolescents, Early Childhood, extracurricular, General, gym, gynmastics, Local Tips, News, parenting, parents, Partners, sports, Summer Camp, summer camps, teens, Tweens, featured


When parents begin the search for sports activities for their children, one of the biggest questions we have is, “Will my child be safe?” We parents are not only concerned about the possible injuries that could be sustained on the sports field though. We, also, fear emotional and sexual abuse at the hands of coaches, trainers, or sports physicians. Especially in light of the recent conviction of Dr. Larry Nassar, who committed horrific abuses as a USA Gymnastics doctor, parents are searching for extra assurances that their child safety will be kept in mind while enjoying extracurricular activities.

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