Hip to Be Square – Simple Squares


Sometimes I get to review things and sometimes it’s even food. Sometimes I share (the food, I mean, I always share my opinion). So when I received a lovely box of treats from Simple Squares, and happily, my children weren’t interested in trying them, “Good” I said, “more for me”. The packaging is pretty and they travel well (I had one in my massive . . . → Read More: Hip to Be Square – Simple Squares

Children, Teens, and Technology

Children, Teens, and Technology Rules of engagement: Are there any? 

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

7:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

 Newton North Auditorium

Light refreshments

Dr. Rich is a pediatrician and Director of the Center on Media and Child Health at Children’s Hospital, Boston. His research explores the positive and negative effects of technology (computer, television, cellphones, etc.) on children . . . → Read More: Children, Teens, and Technology

Getting Gorgeous

It’s an ungodly hour – 5 am – made more so by the fact it is Saturday. I hate waking up on Saturdays. And Sundays, actually. So this must mean I have to do something – and something good that is making me get up. Do I have to drive to away soccer game? No, it’s home this week. It’s better. I’m going to NYC . . . → Read More: Getting Gorgeous

Teleclass: Helping Parents Talk To and Calm Their Children After Boston’s Tragedy

I wanted to share a free tele-class tomorrow at 12pm EST for Boston moms coping in the aftermath of our city’s tragedy. Mommybites Boston, along with Dr. Kate Roberts, a Boston-based child psychologist, will be leading the discussion. Registration link below:


From Mommybites Boston:

Our facilitator will be Dr. Kate Roberts, a child psychologist and parenting coach with over 25 years of experience. . . . → Read More: Teleclass: Helping Parents Talk To and Calm Their Children After Boston’s Tragedy

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