All posts by Erin Marsh

Swim Lessons: Never Too Careful

Summer has arrived– a season for barbecues, outdoor play, summer camps, and all sorts of water fun. However, with the excitement of summer activities arrives the prospect of danger, specifically the risk of accidental drowning. Kim Moore, Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) instructor, shares, “Childhood drowning is the No. 1 cause of accidental death in children

SAHPs: How to Stay Sane

No one disputes the fact that it is a privilege to stay home with your children, but working from home all day and night, taking care of demanding, needy, wonderful human beings, can also be exhausting and lonely. Our winters are brutal, and it can be hard to brave the cold and snow when you

Postpartum body perception in today’s world

Being pregnant and sporting an “adorable baby bump” is all the rage these days. Celebrities proudly showcase their expanding bellies– oftentimes with little to no clothing– and even boast about gaining baby weight. Gone are the days of hiding from the camera during a pregnancy or starving oneself to keep the pregnancy weight at bay. Unrealistic

Childcare & preschool guide

We compiled a list of some of the best local centers and schools that will
allow your child to learn independence and flourish in a school setting.

Head of the Class

Our area is teeming with great and unique schools. guaranteed to meet the needs of your students. Meet local leaders as they share their visions, inspirations and for the new year. Lynn Fisher, Head of the School West Side Montessori  What sets West Side Montessori (WSM) apart from other schools in the community? (Our) philosophy