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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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Happy New Year, Austin!

December 28, 2017 at 12:43 PM / by Gabby F. posted in children, Entertainment, events, families, family, family-friendly, Food, General, Kids, midnight, Music, New Year's Eve, parenting, parents, ring in the new year, sleep

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Towns and cities all around the globe are putting the finishing touches on their preparations for upcoming New Year's celebrations. To make your planning a little easier, we thought we'd share some ideas of ways you can ring in the new year.

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Teaching a Baby To Sleep

December 16, 2017 at 8:37 PM / by Gabby F. posted in babies, baby, children, General, Health, healthy sleep, Kids, parenting, parents, sleep, sleeping

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Sleep is one of our most basic needs.

When we don’t get enough of sleep, our brains become foggy. As a result, we sometimes show a less desirable side of ourselves. Furthermore, our work and daily routines can become compromised. We aren’t able to extend the same clear thoughts and processes to a specific task. One thing that most new parents can easily find common ground on is the sleep debt that occurs after bringing a new child into the home. It is for that reason that I offer up what I believe are the four keys of teaching your baby or child to sleep.

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