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I used to give my 7-year-old a daily vitamin, but I stopped a few years ago after my pediatrician told me that children don't need vitamins if they are healthy eaters. My youngest is a pretty good…Continue
While grocery shopping yesterday, I was trying to look for some new snack foods to keep in the house. I feel like my kids are always eating the same snacks every day - goldfish, pretzels, granola…Continue
Started by Stacy Fournier in General Chat 13 hours ago.
Let's share our ideas!! What are you planning to do for dad this Sunday for Father's Day? My 7-year-old is working right now on making him a special card. It says, "You are the best Dad, hands down!"…Continue
A teacher and her four kids were kicked out of their school when the woman's ex-husband disregarded a restraining order and came to campus, forcing the school to go into a lockdown. Many are outraged…Continue
I'm seriously considering Abacus Learning Center for VPK next year. It's quite a drive for me (I live on campus), but I want a place he'll be very happy (and that has room). Does anyone have…Continue
Oh my goodness! It the middle of a beautiful performance Britain's Got Talent, a disgruntled musician went on stage and started throwing eggs at Simon Cowell! Now, I know this guy can be pretty…Continue
Hi Gainesville moms!! Hope you all are having a fabulous day. My family and I will be relocating to Gainesville within the next 6-8 weeks with our 5 year old son. This site is exactly what I've been…Continue
My family and are about 3-4 weeks from our move from NYC to Gainesville. We're very excited and a little terrified to be honest! One of the many, many things I need/want to get in order (aside from the living situation, of course) is getting in into the community and doing the things we love. So... do any of you have any recommendations for the following things???
1. A good wood working class
2. a great place for dance classes, one for my 3 year old and one for…Continue
Posted by Free on May 26, 2013 at 1:14am
When those Florida afternoon thunderstorms put a damper on your outside summer plans, head to your kitchen and mix up a batch of these fun math activities instead. They’re likely to satisfy your child’s academic cravings too!
No need for left overs! Just reach into those cabinets and pull out all your plastic containers of different shapes, sizes and color. Recommended for younger children, there are endless…Continue
Posted by Andrea Mousa on May 24, 2013 at 4:30pm