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Summer Camp is the Answer

Summer is well underway, and there is still lots of fun to be had. Oftentimes, children reach a point each summer, outside of their normal routines of school, where they need more. Perhaps they aren’t getting enough stimulation. Perhaps they end up
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In the Spirit of Love

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we want to talk about love. The expression of love comes easy for some parents and usually translates to their children too. However, in lots of households, one parent is the lover and nurturer, while t
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Create Indoor Fun on Rainy Days

Family bonding time really changes during the winter, even in our mild Southern California climate. Sure, it can be easy to get your little ones to go for a swim, visit the playground, or spend a day riding bikes or hiking the trails. However, how mu
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Teaching Resilience at a Young Age

We recently came across an article from Love and Logic, a group who focuses on positive parenting solutions. This article particularly stood out, as it really spoke to our mission of building resilience in children. One part especially:“We want
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Ghosts and goblins and ghouls!

October is here and, chances are, your children are getting excited for Halloween. It can be a fun time of year, encouraging your little one’s imagination and allowing them to be part of the exciting adventures of corn mazes, pumpkin picking, and t
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Ways to Make the Transition to School Easier

Starting school for the first time, or even just after a long summer, can be a tough transition for children and parents alike. Summer is filled with long days of play and school, no matter how much your children may enjoy it, brings structure. There
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