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Tips for Giving Birth from An Obstetrician, A MidWife, A Doula and More

Preparing for birth can be an exciting, anxious, and quite honestly, terrifying time! Whether you’ve done it before or this is your first time, giving birth is a step into the unknown. Luckily, I’ve found some amazing experts who have given me their top tips for giving birth! (This post was originally published in 2017. In light of all of the Quarantine babies that have been made, I thought it timely to revisit!) I can not wait for you guys to read these tips for giving birth from some amazing experts in the field! Giving birth is …

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A Week’s Worth of Lunches for Back-to-School

How do you feel about packing lunches? Do you live for the ideating it takes to plan ahead or peer into your refrigerator and make a game time decision? Do your kids prefer variety or gravitate towards the same things every day? My requirements school lunches? They can’t be super fancy or time consuming because there’s nothing more disappointing than spending an hour making a scratch veggie lasagna that nobody wants to eat.  (Speaking from personal experience here!)  Also, they have to be things Parker would actually eat, not …

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How to Create a Homeschool Rhythm with Other Goose

We have questions. I figured you might, too. If you’re going to phone a friend in such a time as this– a time when so many of us are weighing the risks and rewards, pros and cons of virtual school, in-person, homeschool and pods as we inch our way to summer’s end– you want it to be a friend like Erin Loechner, founder of Other Goose. Other Goose is a simple, homeschool strategy focused on children ages 2-7. It is championed by thought leaders, childhood development experts, research scholars and environmentalists and feels so …

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15 Kid’s Desk Areas To Inspire At Home Learning

If you’re a parent in the United States right now, you likely haven’t made it through a single day this summer without contemplating what school will look like for your children. It’s a seemingly impossible situation we have found ourselves in. As more and more school districts announce that they’ll be starting the year online (Los Angeles and San Diego announced yesterday), there’s a high probability that kid’s will be doing some or all of their learning this fall from home. Over the weekend I started …

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