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MKE With Kids is partnering with the Cudahy Healthy Department to raise awareness and erase any stigma surrounding postpartum depression and other disorders. OVERVIEW According to World Maternal Mental Health Day, as many as 1 in 5 women experience some type of perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (PMAD). Postpartum depression is perhaps the most well-known...
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Goldfish Swim
Goldfish Swim School offers weekly lessons for ages 4 months – 12 years. Ancient Wisdom There’s an ancient Jewish teaching that may seem out of the ordinary in a spiritual context. Back in the third century, the rabbis clearly stated that parents are obligated to teach their children how to swim. Why? Because it’s a...
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With Facebook now developing Instagram For Kids, we thought it would be a good idea to republish this article about digital citizenship and helping kids create a positive digital footprint. Cyber-ethics: the discipline of using appropriate and ethical behaviors and acknowledging moral duties and obligations pertaining to online environments and digital media. It should be...
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We know many of you are sticking around the house these days, and we’re guessing you need some fresh inspiration for what to do. Here are 25 *extremely* easy Spring activities that you can do with your kids at home. No extra supplies required! 1. Adopt A Tree “Our Tree” Printable available in The Pond...
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This is the third installment in a series of articles that explore one mother’s journey through the grief of loving a child who has died. It is our hope that by sharing these reflections, we can help grieving parents feel less alone, and help the people who love them better understand what they’re going through....
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This is the second installment in a series of articles that explore one mother’s journey through the grief of loving a child who has died. It is our hope that by sharing these reflections, we can help grieving parents feel less alone, and help the people who love them better understand what they’re going through....
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Three Bridges Park. Photo from Instagram by @awealthofnature We hear you. It’s just so. darn. cold. And yet, we all know the massive benefits of fresh air and getting outside, even in this cold, snowy, wintry climate. And especially during a pandemic. To help motivate yourself and your kids, here are some helpful, tried-and-true tips:...
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One in four women will experience a miscarriage. In the United States, one in 160 babies will be stillborn—delivered without a heartbeat. But despite these numbers, the realities of life after pregnancy and infant loss are still mostly undiscussed in our culture. We love to share pictures of baby bumps and cake smashes; no one...
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Family play time is scientifically proven to strengthen family bonds and promote healthy child development. The science is clear. Playing together as a family is one of the most important things you can do for your family’s well-being. Family fun brings joy and light-heartedness to the home, reduces stress levels (for all family members!), helps...
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If you’re looking for some fun holiday activities with kids in the kitchen, local food blogger and author Philia Kelnhofer of sweetphi.com has got you covered: 1. Sugar Cookies (that actually hold their shape) Sugar cookies (that actually hold their shape) – This recipe is great to make with kids of all ages. Younger kids...
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