Helpful Holiday Tasks That Kids Can Do

As parents it can be tempting to maintain control and do everything ourselves, but teaching kids how to do things for themselves has benefits for the whole family. Sharing family responsibilities with your kids gives them a bit of independence, a sense of pride and accomplishment, and given the right jobs, can take some things…

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Budget friendly gift ideas for kids who love nature

Are you looking for budget friendly holiday gift ideas for your little nature lover? Check out this great list with included links that will help inspire their creativity and sense of adventure, while encouraging outdoor play and connection with nature…Budget friendly gift ideas for kids who love nature from Get the Kids Outside.

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Suggestions to help avoid holiday meltdowns

The holidays are a fun and festive time to visit with friends and family. Special decorations, traditions, food and fun activities make it an exciting time. But the holidays can also present challenges for our young children whose lack of emotional regulation and adaptability to schedule changes can lead to feelings of overwhelm and frustration.…

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5 Important things to say to your child(ren) before bed

Our children are wired to want to communicate before bed. The bedtime routine brings feelings of intimacy and closeness, and it’s a time where they slow down enough to start processing and trying to make sense of their day, both of which can make a child feel more inclined to open up to parents and…

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Windows on West Street is open once again!

After a long break due to the Covid pandemic, Windows on West Street, the student-operated restaurant at Milford High School is once again serving up warm delicious meals on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Doors open at 11:15 and seatings continue until 12:15 at 100 West St. in Milford. This is a great chance to see area…

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