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FIRST DAY OF KINDERGARTEN
Confessions Of An Early Grieving Mom
Writer. Reader. Sometimes-runner. Blogger at amyfritzwrites.com
I cannot believe my oldest child used to be too small to fit into newborn size clothing. Today he's taking anatomy quizzes and talking engineering with his dad.
The Biggest Crier on the First Day of Kindergarten Wasn't My Daughter
Mom, wife, marketer, writer, dancing queen, petite powerhouse,...
It was my first back-to-school morning as a parent. You'd think I'd be doing the happy dance all the way to the car and heading straight to Target to celebrate. Instead I was speed walking with my head down.
n the Fifth Day of Kindergarten...
Stay-at-home mom, feminist, wife, buttercream fan, and blogger...
The best parenting advice comes from my friend whose kids are about a year older than mine. She is close enough to the struggles I'm facing to remember clearly, but far enough away to have gained some clarity.
To Marie, On Your First Day Of Kindergarten
Erin Janda Rawlings
Writer at Mommy on the Spot, Freelance Writer, Social Media Pr...
Hold tight to your tenacity when people might not see your strengths. You know what you are capable of and do not need permission to sparkle. Just do your best, yet know that your best looks different every day.
5 Differences Between The First Day of Senior Kindergarten and Junior High
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"Are you excited about the first day of school?" asked no child ever. This is a question reserved for grownups.
7 Ways to Help Your Child Beat the First-Day Jitters
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A Tale Of Kindergarten Hardship, In One Little Boy's Before-And-After Photos
To My Fellow Moms, On The First Day Of Kindergarten
Mother, Wife, Blogger, mamabythebay.com
As you take one last look over your shoulder to make sure that your little one is safely tucked into her classroom, and you wipe away the tears as you climb back into your (suddenly very quiet) car, remember this.
5 Things I Don't Want My Daughter to Learn in Kindergarten
Author, blogger at MommyAtoZBlog.com
As excited as I am for her, I'm nervous too. My daughter's funny, imaginative and most of all, open to everyone she meets. The real world has a way of stifling these traits -- of hardening even the tenderest of little hearts.
What I Couldn't Help Telling My Kindergartner
Author, The Summer of Good Intentions
"I missed you today," I said. I know plenty of parenting books advise against saying this very thing to our kids; we're not supposed to make them feel guilty that we spent the day missing them. But it came out. It was the truth.
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What Your Kid Really Needs to Learn in Kindergarten
When you are a new-to-elementary-school parent, you aren't quite sure what to expect. There is this strange pull somewhere inside you to make sure the teacher knows what an unusually smart and adorable child you are entrusting her with. Even if you didn't think you were that kind of parent.
Mother and Writer, Nourished Mom
I had no idea at the time, but while I was receiving confirmation of the life burgeoning inside of me, another heart, my grandmother's, had stopped.
Interview with a Kindergartener
Ricky Choi, MD, MPH
In the midst of the frenzy, hopes and expectations of the new school year, perhaps the best advice we can all follow is to relax and listen to our children.
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