Before Dunkin’ Donuts contacted PMB about this post we did not realize the Dunkin’ Run Menu had launched. We are so glad our partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts brought it to our attention, and that we can, in turn, bring it to you. With three children still in car seats, nearly every decision I make is […]
Author Archive | Tracy Slater
We LOVE working with sponsors like the Providence Children’s Museum, who give us the opportunity to tell our readers about the fantastic community events we love so much. When I first heard about Play On!,the adults only event at the Providence Children’s Museum, I have to admit that I may have rolled my eyes and […]
The water is too hot. It burns my skin as it washes over me. I move towards the knob but hesitate before turning it down. So often my showers are tepid, mild temperatures necessitated by the small bodies that join me. So today, although I know my skin will be red and angry when I […]
Well-meaning older relatives give us this advice. It’s written on glossy pamphlets meant to help. Signs on the walls of the pediatrician’s office compel us. It’s definitely in the “don’t shake the baby” video they make you watch at the hospital. “When you get frustrated, take a deep breath, walk away and count to ten.” […]
We are grateful to Simplify Your Life for providing services in exchange for this this review. I had a bit of a meltdown the day of my daughter’s first birthday pictures. I was looking for the grey bow and I couldn’t find it anywhere. Never mind that I had about seven bows in my hand; […]
Thank you to the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) for allowing us to bring you information on this great event. “You can’t be what you can’t see. SWENext DesignLab shows girls that they can change the world with engineering” ~ Randy Freedman, Director of Student Programs at SWE An exciting engineering event for middle schoolers […]
Thank you to our partner MobileQuest for allowing us to bring you this contrast between a “typical day” of school vacation at home, vs a “typical day” at MobileQuest. We think it’s pretty obvious which one sounds better.
A few sentences of a blog post written. A half folded pile of laundry (likely unfolded by helpful little hands by now). A dish and two spoons washed. The floor swept, but then someone cried and the pile was forgotten. Tiny toddler toes have since trampled it though, so you’d never know. A tantrum quelled. […]
It may be a small state, but Rhode Island kids have some big problems. We go off to college and suddenly learn that other states have more than one area code (and they have to use area codes to dial IN STATE?!?), we hear the jingle of a truck and our friends look at us […]
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