Parenting Now! Newsletters
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This issue is all about traditions and their role in our family's life. We've included information about avoiding the 'holidaze' that can occur in December if we aren't intentional about our traditions.
Fathers are the theme of this issue. Read articles about fathering as well as people's memories of their dads. Plus news about Birth To Three, ideas for inexpensive gifts and our classified ads.
Take care of yourself! This newsletter provides articles and perspectives on self-care, step-parenting, parenting through divorce and financial health, as well as our classified ads and information on Birth To Three's programs.
Parenting and grandparenting are the subjects covered in this newsletter. Read about Birth To Three and our classified ads, too!
This newsletter celebrates parenting! Our information includes parent-child activities for spring and summer as well as resources and support for parenting. Plus Birth To Three news and classified ads.
"Brain Power" provides information about how a child's brain develops and functions. Plus a "Top 10" list for parents, news about Birth To Three -- including a photo contest that benefits us, and our staff's "green" work -- and classified ads.
"This Side Up" applies to positioning babies for sleeping! Read about the campaign as well as what children stress about and DVDs/CDs available to parents in our groups. Classified ads, too, and a profile of a couple who donate regularly to Birth To Three. Or, consider buying a plaque for a brick at our front door!
Focus on safety, including sunscreens, car seats and accident prevention at home; back-to-school preparations; and Birth To Three news
Articles include: when a baby won't stop crying; honoring fathers; celebrating donors and volunteers
Profiles of past and current parent groups; info on 'baby blues', Parent HelpLine, 4-year-old donor.
Articles about Squishtivities®, Birth To Three’s library, the Parent HelpLine, the Lane County Children’s Photo Contest and our classified ads.
Includes parent/alumni tips on rainy day activities and "A Bug and a Wish," as well as Birth To Three news.
All about coping with holiday stresses, the H1-N1 flu, children's vision, and more.
This issue focuses on transitions, grief and loss, and how we can help children cope. Plus a grandparents' corner and other info!
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