Join Nate as he learns it’s always wise to double check the baby bag, and rethink what you might need before you go out.
Join Nate as he discovers that learning to eat with a spoon is harder than you might think.
Join Nate as he finds out that reading a story to his daughter before bed isn’t exactly what he envisioned.
Sometimes being a Dad can bring tears of sorrow, as well as laughter to your eyes. This is nowhere more true than in the case of a baby’s bodily functions. Join Nate this week as he shares his first funny poop story.
Babies and sleep. Sometimes the two go together like peanut butter and jelly, but other times more like oil and water. In this post Nate explores the latter view with a look at the mind boggling difficulty of nap time.
(For ages 2-4 with an adult)
Saturday, August 20
10:00–11:00 am – Marvin Auditorium
Join “Miss Carole”,Dubbed “the Pied Piper of children’s music”, as she shows how songs, stories, fingerplays, rhythmic movement and instrument play will expand a child’s musical experience in a fun way.
We have had several Saturday morning make & take crafts programs in 2011. Lots of themes were covered from bugs to pizza. Read more for links to all the handouts for these programs.
When I was visiting the dentist not long before the arrival of my daughter, I mentioned to the hygienist that my wife and I were expecting our first child in a couple of weeks. She told me to be sure to keep up with my brushing and flossing because once the baby arrives, your time [...]
Join Nate as he offers anecdotes and insight from the viewpoint of a brand new Dad. In this installment he talks about going out together as a couple for the first time after the baby arrives.
The monster that held Schuyler in its claws was a terrible, rare disorder which left an adorable, happy little girl unable to speak. Read this remarkable memoir from Schuyler’s father about her parents’ determination to give her the tools she needed to succeed.
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