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Special Needs – Let’s Get Physical
Published: 01/02/20
Let's Get Physical
In Miami-Dade County, a child with special needs has the opportunity to do just about any activity any child can do. Organizations from Miami-Dade Parks to the Special Olympics offer … read more
Happy-go-yucky
Published: 12/30/19
By: Cheryl Maguire
Happy-go-yucky
I wrote my name on the sheet of paper along with my children’s names and the time. With that stroke of the pen, my twin toddlers were signed into childcare … read more
Playtime Party Pooper
Published: 12/27/19
By: Pam Moore
Playtime Party Pooper
“Mama, can you please play with me?”  My 3-year-old daughter tends to approach me at the worst times. I’m prepping dinner, my hands moist with raw chicken juice. Or I’m … read more
Going for Goals
Published: 12/27/19
By: Sandi Schwartz
Ready, Set, Goals
Every parent wishes that their children will have all their dreams come true. Pursuing meaningful goals that reflect our purpose is important for maintaining a happy life. Achieving our dreams … read more
Finding Fitness
Published: 12/27/19
By: LJ Kunkel
Finding FItness
These days we’re obsessed with success — particularly big book smarts, AP classes, higher education and a preoccupation with straight A’s. But piling on the homework and study time and … read more
Avoiding Holiday Meltdowns
Published: 12/10/19
By: Mailman Segal Center for Human Development
Avoiding Holiday Meltdowns
It’s December and the holidays are here! It’s “the most wonderful time of year” but oftentimes unrealistic expectations of our young children can cause holiday tears and tantrums. Sensory overload … read more
Sweeter Than Snow Cones
Published: 11/27/19
By: Kara Martinez Bachman
Sweeter than snow cones
I used to think the ultimate holiday gift was a Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine. I not only wanted one, I dreamt of having one. I coveted that little machine, with its … read more
Season’s Heedings
Published: 11/27/19
By: Rachael Moshman
Seasons Heedings
We’ve entered the season of Merry and Bright. People ringing bells in front of the grocery store, carolers bursting into song, bright lights, smells of cookies, and festive sweaters are … read more
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