For Parents

For Parents

Things I've Taught My Three Year-old with YouTube

Are you using YouTube to teach your kids? For the past year, I’ve been using YouTube as my go-to answer source for questions that my three-year-old daughter might ask.  Usually a YouTube session is in store after a reading session.  For example, after reading Very Hungry Caterpillar, there’s an opportunity to explain how caterpillars turn into […]

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Make Your Dry Cleaning Eco-Friendly and Simple

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For families, the path to “going green” and becoming more eco-family is usually an on-going process of  baby steps.  Here’s another baby step – organizing and streamlining your dry cleaning by using Green Garmento.  It’s a simple four-step process – first, use it as your drycleaning hamper; then, take it to the store as a duffel; […]

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Is Your Cell Phone and iPhone Dangerous to Your Children?

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How much cell phone radiation should we expose our children to?

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Going Old School – A Birth Announcement Telegram

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Vintage telegram messages make events more special.

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Yes Disney, Please Take More Risks

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Today’s Los Angeles Times talks about the risk that Disney is taking with its new movie release, Secretariat.  Reading between the lines, that means that Secretariat is not a cartoon, is not computer-animated, doesn’t feature up-and-coming tweener stars, and won’t flood your local big-box warehouses with licensed toys, games or other merchandise.

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