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Teaching Kindness at Home

{We are thrilled to have partnered with Kinderberry Hill for this post – their Education Coordinator, a mom herself, has some timely tips for encouraging kindness over the holiday season.}   As this special time of year, our thoughts turn towards helping others. One of the most important gifts we can give to our children is to teach them […]

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Your Budget Is Sexy

{Disclosure:  Being a parent incurs a lot of expenses.  We’re thrilled to be partnering with brightpeak to connect you with their Savings Tips E-Book. Download this great resource and stay informed!} “Your budget is sexy.” Probably not a pick up line you’ve heard before, but I have. In fact, my budget was one of the many ways […]

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Join us for a Twitter Chat with Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

We’re so excited to be offering an educational Twitter Chat talking all things related to childrens’ trauma with Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota! The chat will begin at 12:00pm on Wednesday, July 8th and we’d love for you to join us. Leading the chat will be trauma expert Dr. David Hirschman from Children’s (@ChildrensMN). Dr. Hirschman […]

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Event Recap: Bloom Parenting Fair at Park Nicollet’s Women’s Center

Were you at our BLOOM event on May 2nd?! We had a fantastic time, a great turn-out and everyone learned so much about Park Nicollet’s Women’s Center, their Family Birth Center and the many vendors and educators that joined in.  We want to thank Park Nicollet for being such a gracious host in a beautiful […]

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Will My Child Be Ready for Elementary School?

{We’re happy to host this post from our sponsor, Primrose Schools of Maple Grove and Champlin.  Fantastic information as another group of students near their first year of Elementary School!} More and more parents are recognizing the importance of the early years to their children’s success in elementary school and beyond. Consider this: the most […]

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