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3-D Motokits

My 8-year-old son loves to build models and do puzzles, so I was very intrigued when I heard about the 3D-Motokits. We tackled the Tyrannosaurus Rex from the Dinosaur Series.  Right when I opened the box, I could tell that despite the rating of 6+ and “easy,” there was no …

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Strengths Based Parenting

One of the things that really made me like this book was how it addressed how we so easily compare our first born kids to that of our friends. We often wonder why our baby isn’t sleeping through the night or is so fussy while our friend’s child sleeps like …

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DK’s Early Literacy Program

As my eldest is finishing up preschool and heading to kindergarten, we are beginning to explore early reading. We have combed the library shelves for easy readers and found many different options. While my son loves the fictional, illustrated early readers that feature recognizable cartoon characters, he also enjoys the …

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Buzzfeed’s Tasty Junior Cookbook

Buzzfeed Tasty has become known for it’s aerial-view cooking videos of sometimes simple or sometimes indulgent recipes. Tasty Junior does this in the same fashion, but in a kid-friendly way. When I was asked to review the Tasty Junior Cookbook, I was more than thrilled to do so. I was …

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Chantilly Academy Preschool

The Chantilly Academy Preschool program and its staff have become an extension of our family. It is clear they really see my son and take the time to nurture and guide his individual strengths and growth areas.   Beyond the fact that my child LOVES being at preschool, there is …

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COBBLESTONE Magazine: Discover American History

My teenage son, Sebastian, and I were in our pediatrician’s lobby and I noticed COBBLESTONE Magazine in the bookrack. COBBLESTONE Magazine is all about history. Knowing Sebastian is a huge lover of history, I thought the colorful cover of a poster of a World War I soldier would be of …

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A Joyful Time in the Tub with Joyful Bath Co.

With a toddler in the house, we are always running a bath. Whether it’s the latest potty training accident or a “really fun” afternoon in the mud, there’s always a reason to dump my kid into the water. I’m pretty picky when it comes to body products for my kids; …

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CHI Au Pair USA

My husband and I both work outside the home and travel frequently. Because of this, CHI Au Pair’s program is perfect for us, as we need another adult at home. We have loved all six of our au pairs. They are all loving, wonderful young women. For example, one of …

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