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Connecting with Shabbat, Connecting through Shabbat
“I’ve got the Shabbat feeling up in my head…” I LOVE singing these words every Friday with the toddlers who make up my Parent and Me Shabbat class. They clearly
I Lost My Mom Nine Months Into My Pregnancy
The phone rang, and my body tensed, just as it had for the last two days whenever the phone rang. I was waiting for the call. The one where the
Blogspot: Should I tell my daughter she is beautiful?
I just tucked my six and a half year old into bed. We were discussing her hair, which, depending on the weather, is either straight, curly, or somewhere in-between. She
7 Silver Linings of a Special Needs Diagnosis
When your child first receives a special needs diagnosis, it is natural to feel like your life has been turned upside down, and that you have entered a strange, unknown
Blogspot: How Parents Can Model Empathy Through Social Media
Social Media offers an opportunity to teach and model empathy to our kids. Long before our kids design social media profiles of their own, parents who are using Facebook, Twitter,
Blogspot: How to Choose a Jewish Preschool
You have already made the best decision, the decision to send your child to a Jewish preschool. But there are so many to choose from in Los Angeles that a
Blogspot: But it was only last week when it hit me… I’m a grown up.
I’m 33 years-old, been married for 3 years and have an 18 month-old daughter, but it was only last week when it hit me . . . I’m a grown-up.