Posted 8:00 PM 3/5/2014 by My719Mom Contributor - James Watson
There are so many ways you can contribute to helping children. If you're passionate about working with youngsters to address their unique needs, you may consider a career in child psychology, pediatric nursing, social work or early childhood education. These fields offer powerful intersections (More)
Posted 8:00 PM 2/21/2014 by My719Mommy Blogger - Savannah
With technology constantly changing and improving, its effects on our society must be doing the same. For the mommies out there, this means our children's worlds are changing, and before we know it, their world will be vastly different from the one we grew up in.
One of the areas that (More)
Posted 8:00 PM 2/14/2014 by My719Mommy Blogger - Savannah
The other day, I got a brochure in the mail for a summer sleepaway camp. Firstly, I couldn't believe it was February and I was already getting mail about summer camp! Apparently camp is one hot reservation! However, it looked like the camp would be lots of fun and had all the camping activities I (More)
Posted 7:00 PM 1/31/2014 by My719Mommy Blogger - Jessica
Lately I have had the idea of practicing gratitude show up in my life in different forms it is something that truly resonated with me. It has even shown up in several articles I have read (and perhaps you, too) and that it was one of the biggest contributors to being happy. Practicing gratitude (More)
Posted 9:38 AM 12/16/2013 by Savannah - My719Mommy Blogger
It's the moment you've been thinking about every day since the day your baby was born. For some, it's the moment you've been thinking about since two pink lines crossed the pregnancy test. For others, you've experienced an ever-increasing amount of denial regarding the subject, and every time (More)
Posted 9:24 PM 8/4/2013
Going back to work after having a baby often is the first rite of passage where we learn "Being a mom is HARD!"
But if you need to work, want to work or both, you know after a few (short!) weeks or months, you will be turning the care of your bundle of joy over to someone else.
Posted 11:05 AM 6/5/2013 by Berno, Bobette, College Nannies and Tutors
What do you do with the children when summer camp is shorter than your workday or during those breaks in summer camps where the children are home all day? Do you spend each week planning out who will drop off & pick them up and entertain them until you get home from work?
This is a (More)
Posted 9:16 AM 5/25/2013 by Tony - College Nannies & Tutors
Summer is just around the corner, which means warm weather, fun in the sun and... summer childcare dilemmas! While you are at work all day, the last thing you should be worried about is what your child is doing during the day. The perfect solution, for all ages, is a summer nanny! Why? Read (More)
Posted 11:44 AM 5/17/2013 by Stephanie Mckendrick - New Mexico Mom
Every parent of a child approaching the age of 10 begins to wonder when it’s okay to leave the child alone at home. It’s an individual decision, of course, based on the child’s maturity and degree of comfort with being left alone, but there is a universal consideration and steps (More)
Posted 11:08 PM 4/29/2013
Summer is just a few weeks away! Can you believe it? With the excitement summertime brings for our kids, it can bring dread and financial strain on the parents. Childcare and summer camps can be costly, I know to keep my 5 year old entertained all summer and safe I will be using a variety of the (More)
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