Kid Friendly Salad Recipe for Little Chefs

This Little Chef Salad is literally a salad made by my little chef, age 3, a former chicken nugget man turned foodie. Chef Gusteau’s famous line, “Anyone Can Cook” is absolutely true, all the way down to my pint-sized eager eater, my curious and determined three-year-old son. His eagerness in the kitchen has worked wonders on his appetite in the dining room…. (…)

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A Visit with Zoolidays Illustrator Rolandas Kiaulevicius

Our boys received a wonderful gift this year for the holidays- a beautiful hardcover copy of Zoolidays, Written by Bruce Glassman and illustrated by up and coming artist Rolandas Kiaulevicius. If that wasn’t enough they also got tickets to a wonderful show about that book and more called GIRO. This (…)

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Preschool Prereading Activities That Make a Child an Early Reader

Preschool prereading activities are easy and fun. You don’t need to rely on a future kindergarten teacher to teach your child how to read. You can do it even if you don’t have any background in education. Don’t wait until your child is in kindergarten to start prereading activities. Start now. There are 10 very simple things parents can do with their kids that will teach preschool prereading activities. (…)

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Gluten-free Casein Free diet for Autism

On the heels of Jenny McCarthy’s new book, Louder Than Words: A Mother’s Journey in Healing Autism, and several different national television appearances with celebrities such as Oprah and Larry King, ABC’s Good Morning America gives us a closer look at the Gluten-free/ Casein-free diet and its potential benefits, not (…)

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Waiting in Line with Preschoolers? Here are 10 Fun Things to do Right now

Waiting in line with preschoolers is never easy. Things can get ugly fast if you don’t have fun things to do. No one likes to wait in line. According to a the Telegraph, Britons on average spend 6 months of their lives queuing up, or about 5 1/2 hours a month. Check out my list of 10 fun things you can do while waiting in line with preschoolers. They are quick, easy, and can be done for free. It takes great patience for busy adults to stand idly for any length of time. But when you find yourself waiting in line with preschoolers patience is nearly impossible to muster. (…)

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Tips for Parents Traveling with Preschoolers

Need tips for traveling with preschoolers? Here’s a list for parents that will make traveling with preschoolers during the holiday season a little easier. Long car trips with impatient preschoolers will likely bring a parents stress levels to the brim, but if you are a little more prepared for the unexpected, things will go better for you. These tips will help you keep your sanity as you drive or fly this holiday season, whether it be Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, or your long awaited summer vacation. (…)

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