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  1. Age Three: The First Montessori Year of Transition, Part One

    Have you ever heard the term, “threenager?”  It pops up from time to time on the Internet and refers to the unique, sometimes challenging, aspects of a three-year-old.  We hear an awful lot about the “terrible twos.”  As parents, you brace yourself and expect resistance, tantrums, and other challenging behaviors at two.   However, many, many... Continue Reading »

  2. To Squeezie or Not to Squeezie?

    As parents of a young child, I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that there isn’t a single one of us out there who hasn’t, at one time or another, thanked that universe for the invention of the squeezie (a.k.a pouches, pouchies, Squooshies, etc.)  Whatever your tyke calls them, we have all... Continue Reading »

  3. Sleep Deprivation in Kids

    With winter upon us and the world around us seeming to go into hibernation, I find myself thinking more and more of curling up under a thick blanket for a long winter’s nap. Of course, our children rarely follow suit.  Us adults would probably pay good money for a regular nap while our little ones... Continue Reading »

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