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Why Inclusion Matters: Exploring The Grace School

We are thrilled that through our partnership, PMB is able to share with our readers more about The Grace School.At first mention, “Meeting Street” brings to mind images of the Meeting Street Telethon or the amazing work that Meeting Street does to teach, assist, and empower children with special needs. But one of Meeting Street’s […]

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The Magic Behind Roger Williams Park Zoo’s Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular

We are so grateful that through our partnership with Roger Williams Park Zoo we have the opportunity to share with our readers about the creation of the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular! Every year that I’ve attended Roger Williams Park Zoo’s Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, I’ve always been amazed by the beauty of each carved pumpkin. But I hadn’t yet […]

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The Kissing Hand: When Your Baby Grows Up

When my oldest daughter was in preschool, we religiously read the book “The Kissing Hand”  by Audrey Penn.  If you haven’t read it with your little one, it’s about a raccoon named Chester who is afraid to go to school and be away from his mother.  To allay his fears, Chester’s mother talk to him […]

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Summer Festivals in Rhode Island!

Summer Festivals/Events Looking for a big event to take your children to this summer?  Do you want to check out a parade or head to an arts fair? We are lucky to have some great festivals in Rhode Island. From the Newport Jazz Fest to the Charlestown Seafood Festival, you can eat, drink & party […]

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Keeping My Daughters Healthy

  Sometimes on parenting blogs, as we write about the triumphs and tribulations of motherhood, we overlook the basic, yet quintessential role that mothers have in the lives of their children: to provide them with the basic necessities for their survival.  I’m not talking about just kissing their boo-boos and snuggling at bedtime; I’m talking […]

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