We're getting back-to-school ready and are sharing some of our favorite kid-friendly tools that make getting into the swing of a new school year fun! Building Routines After a summer of looser schedules, sometimes it can be hard getting back...
Then something happened that dragged me right back out onto the battlefield; only this time I wasn't in the fight. I was merely a spectator, but the pain cut just as deep.
People become parents in many different ways, and for some this is through foster care and adoption. November is National Adoption month, and City Mom Collective is celebrating the parents creating safe homes for their foster children, and the...
The smell of sharpened pencils, a new box of crayons - it's that time of year again; back-to-school season is here! Shopping for school supplies is one of the many things on a parent's to-do list, but it doesn't...
“Mom, when is COVID going to be over?” my disappointed six-year-old cried into my shoulder after I broke the news that we wouldn’t be traveling to his grandparents’ house for the weekend as previously planned. We’d been exposed to...
Does your child ever struggle with homework? Maybe it’s every single day in math; maybe it’s just the occasional writing assignment. What tutors were available whenever you needed one?  Daily. Weekly. Once in awhile. At the last minute. Before a...
Fevers are scary for kids. And although we’d never admit it to our little ones, fevers can be even more frightening for mamas.  That’s because we are supposed to be the experts on “fixing” our kiddos’ ouchies.  Son skidded across the...
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The ability to teach my kids through a combination of storytelling and animation is now at my fingertips with mysimpleshow.com! Not only can I now create videos FOR them, I can have them help me in the process allowing them to grow as storytellers and enhance the learning process.
In some dance studios around the nation, there has been an increase in sexualized, objectified movement for children under 12. These studios/teachers often unknowingly model their movement choices on what they see in the media culture. I’ll label this cultural shift the difference between healthy, age-appropriate dance versus unhealthy, age-inappropriate dance.

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