Child Care

By: Rachel Ventura As most of you know, child care is a huge deal. From parents who work full time and need full time child care, to parents who like an occasional night out and only require a date night sitter, the need is huge, and can be daunting. Finding someone, or some place, that … More Child Care

Cape Bound

By: Tanya Pimental It’s hard to believe today is our last day school.  Usually we have a week or so between the end of the school routine, before heading off to the Cape Cod for some vacation time.  Each year we spend the week of July Fourth exploring all our Cape Cod favorites and the … More Cape Bound

Decisions, Decisions

By: Sheila Gaudet Parenting comes with many decisions about caring for our kids. When our kids are babies those decisions include breast or bottle? Cloth or disposable diapers? Co-sleeping or “ferberizing?” Daycare or staying at home?  As they get older it turns into which school is the best match for my child? Do we really … More Decisions, Decisions

Finn is Three!

By: Abby Keane My baby, my sweet little baby, just turned three.  This is amazing to me.  I have no idea where the time has gone.  We celebrated fairly quietly this year, probably for the last time – next year will probably bring the beginnings of “friend” parties, ones with real invitations, that necessitate themes, … More Finn is Three!

Eating Al Fresco Right Into Autumn

By: Martianne Stanger Moms everywhere attempt to balance budget, time, and convenience while feeding their families as well as they can.  Kristin’s recent posts on “Kale Chips” and “Creating Healthy Eating Habits” and Kris’ on “Eat Your Veggies” attest to that.  My personal daily experience does too. Straight through Autumn, many of our family meals … More Eating Al Fresco Right Into Autumn