For all of you in the throes of potty training, a little comic relief… A three year old boy is sitting on the toilet. His mother thinks he has been in there too long, so she goes in to see what’s up. The little boy is sitting on the toilet reading a book, but about every Read More
Many parents today are concerned about disciplining their children. Some don’t want to be “mean,” others don’t want to “damage” their children. Some want to be “friends” with their kids, and others just aren’t sure how to do it. The key in positive discipline and limit setting is to teach cooperation! You can start Read More
For anyone who hasn’t made it, run….don’t walk, over to Sprout San Francisco’s new location in New York City! This store is terrific. Its products are natural and organic, and its staff is incredibly knowledgeable. Best of all, they share my philosophy of educating parents and caregivers. With that in mind, we’ve created a series of Read More
Like most people, I have spent today reflecting. I have been thinking about our world and where I was 10 years ago. If you haven’t done so already, I would encourage you to take a moment now. Talking to children about the events of 9/11/01 is a very personal choice. Certainly, parents should consider their Read More
Check out the Events page for more information on my upcoming workshop with Big City Moms. We’ll be discussing discipline and potty training!
The most important way to help your child feel comfortable with the idea of beginning nursery school is to make sure you are comfortable with the idea of him or her beginning nursery school. If you have questions or concerns call the school and speak with your child’s teacher, the director, or the school’s early Read More
What’s Educare? Find out this Weekend (for free)! On Saturday, August 20th, Beyond Teaching and Mommy’s Links will be holding the first Educare Fair, sponsored by Jones New York. Beyond Teaching, which connects parents seeking qualified individuals to tutor or provide after-school/weekend care for their children, began using the term educare to describe the Read More
Recently, I wrote an article for a website about preparing young children with special needs for mainstream kindergarten. Needless to say, this had me thinking about the skills I would hope all children entering kindergarten would have. Before entering kindergarten, most 4-5 year olds should have the ability to speak in sentences, understand the sequence of story, Read More
Sometimes the park can keep children busy for hours, and other days it’s just doesn’t cut it. Be prepared! These activities are sure to keep your children engaged and may even teach them a little about science along the way! 1-Use Water– Go to the dollar store and keep spray bottles, paint rollers and paint brushes in Read More
Check out the Events page for more information on my upcoming workshop with Big City Moms. We’ll be covering “Everything You Need To Know About Potty Training!” Join us.