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Back to School with Speech Therapy

Back to School with Speech Therapy

Today’s post is by contributor Jessica Bunnell MS, CCC-SLP, a Speech Language Pathologist and owner of CommuniKids Speech and Language Services, LLC. Jessica has worked with children for over 10 years and her specialty is helping children ages 2 to 10, with speech or...

Meet Sarah

Meet Sarah

So thrilled to introduce Sarah to you all. Sarah grew up in Quincy and shortly before high school moved to Hingham and is finally back on the South Shore with her family after college and working in the city. She has a beautiful 10 month old daughter named Delaney....

A Classic & Easy Pumpkin Bread

We’re calling it now—pumpkin bread is the new banana bread. And besides the fact that it is a delicious fall treat, the beta-carotene in pumpkin (converted to Vitamin A in the body) is a true powerhouse vitamin. It boosts the immune system, promotes eye health and...

Inspiration from The Lunch Box Dad

Inspiration from The Lunch Box Dad

Anyone else dreading packing a lunch again as we head back to school? (Or if you’re homeschooling, making and serving yet another meal at home?) For inspiration, we turned Beau Coffron, the dad of three behind the @lunchboxdad Instagram account and lunchboxdad.com....

Easy Honey Chipotle Salmon Tacos

Easy Honey Chipotle Salmon Tacos

Trying to change up your Taco Tuesday routine? Try these salmon tacos from Elizabeth Lim, the mom behind The Beach Cities Moms.  "Did you know Salmon is low in mercury and high in omega-3s which is so valuable for brain development? This glaze is so simple and gives...

Cassava Kitchen: Gluten-Free, By a Mom For You & Your Family

Cassava Kitchen: Gluten-Free, By a Mom For You & Your Family

  We’re always looking for new foods that will appeal to the whole family, from picky toddlers to parents trying to eat healthier. Bonus points go to any products that area help make meals come together, fast. When Valdiny M. Pabbruwe-Tolud, the founder of...

Kids & Masks

Kids & Masks

With many schools requiring kids to wear masks, teaching kids to keep their mask on is going hand in hand with teaching ABCs and geometry. Help your child’s teacher and classmates by encouraging your kids with these easy tips: Practice During Screen Time We’ve hearing...

What a Nutritionist Eats…

What a Nutritionist Eats…

Fall always seems like a bit of a reset, in our opinion. It’s a time to refocus on our goals, whether they be personal or professional. Although this year back-to-school is looking a lot different than in year’s past, we know it’s more important than ever to...

Back To School Shopping…for blue light glasses?

Back To School Shopping…for blue light glasses?

Whether we’re homeschooling, doing virtual school, or simply giving more TV/tablet time in order to get 15 minutes to ourselves, many of us are allowing more screen time than in years past. But how bad is extra screen time for kids’ eyes? And are tech-y accessories...

INLY SCHOOL TO WELCOME BACK STUDENTS IN-PERSON

INLY SCHOOL TO WELCOME BACK STUDENTS IN-PERSON

Inly School (toddler, pre-school, K-8) has announced its plan to welcome students back for in-person learning this fall. As one of the first on the South Shore to commit to re-establishing on-site learning, the Montessori+ independent school will host a public town...

This Is Not A New “Normal”

This Is Not A New “Normal”

  None of the past few months makes much sense, and if you’re like us, you’re getting pretty darn tired. And not the kind of tired a solid 8 hours can fix (even though yes, that would be lovely anyway). It just isn’t normal to…. …Take on more than we ever have,...

Ice Cream in a Bag

Ice Cream in a Bag

This is such a fun and easy activity that kids can do with little to no supervision. They will be so impressed with what they made. A perfect summer activity to enjoy.   You need: a big container with lid (you could also use a ziploc bag instead) ziplock bag- we...

Popsicles: Refreshing Recipes

Popsicles: Refreshing Recipes

Credit: Rosalynn Daniels for @craftboxgirls   Popsicles are synonymous with summer, and for good reason—they’re refreshing on hot days, help hydrate kids and adults alike, and are easy to hold, even for tiny toddler hands. While we don’t judge store bought...

No Bake Cheese Cake from Host to Perfection

No Bake Cheese Cake from Host to Perfection

This recipe was contributed by Contributor, Host to Perfection!   This No-Bake Cheesecake is so creamy and deliciousm and it’s a great Summer treat! Skip the oven and try this simple, but thick, rich and creamy filling cheesecake. Serve it with fresh berries on...

Good Science Beauty

Good Science Beauty

Good Science Beauty is a new skincare line founded in science. As busy moms, we are always looking for skincare products that truly deliver, so we’re not wasting precious time (or money). Plus, these days, taking care of our skin at home feels even more important than...

Nachos a la Hip Foodie Mom

Nachos a la Hip Foodie Mom

Credit: Sunny Frantz Photography Thank you to Hip Foodie Mom for sharing this recipe. Alice Choi, the Pennyslvania-based mom of two behind Hip Foodie Mom, is known for her healthy, fast, weeknight meal ideas. These Loaded Sheet Pan Nachos are one of those go-to...

How To: Raise a Good Sleeper

How To: Raise a Good Sleeper

  This is the third article in our parenting series with our partner Stokke, the Scandinavian brand whose unique products help bring families closer together, encourage healthy development and transform everyday experiences into precious memories. To read Raising...

Beyond Covid-19: Keeping Kids Safe This Summer

Beyond Covid-19: Keeping Kids Safe This Summer

Of course, coronavirus is on all of our minds this summer, particularly as we look towards the Fall and various back to school plans. But as we spend more time at home and continue to stay safe through social distancing, experts urge parents not to forget about the...

Best Baby & Kids Sunscreen for Summer 2020

Best Baby & Kids Sunscreen for Summer 2020

Looking to keep your kids safe from the sun this summer? The first thing to look for in a sunscreen is a physical (as opposed to chemical) formula. Safer ingredients include zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, while ones to avoid include avobenzone, oxybenzone,...

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