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Children

More From Our Schools Speaker Series

Want to help ensure that all kids in your community receive the very best education? Save the Date to join us for the next speaker in the More From Our Schools series! Thursday, March 4th – from 5:30 – 7:00 pm. Valdez Elementary school located at 2525 W. 29th Ave. in Denver The event is […]

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Mama Drama: Moving out of the Family Bed

My husband and I have been practicing the family bed with our son who is now eighteen months olds. We all sleep in the same bed, with him either in the middle or on the outside of me with a portable bed-rail next to him. He also sleeps in our bed during his naps. As he is getting bigger we think he is ready to begin sleeping in his own bed in his room.

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Trying not to be too ready

Guest Blogger Gwen is expecting…for the second time. And once again, no baby bump or stretch-marks will grace her with their pending bambino. Step inside their world of growing a family through adoption. Follow along here at Mile High Mamas and her blog and get a candid feel for the ups, downs, highs, lows and […]

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I forgot

Last Monday was one of those days. It was one of those days where tiny little things, as innocuous as single, solitary ants suddenly converge in a mass of creatures that can fell a rainforest. (Stock photo credit: cbicenhour) In the midst of this, was Claire. All she really wanted was for me to help […]

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Weathering a Wonderful Storm!

Kristine Kahanek loves everything weather! She’s a 20-year veteran television meteorologist and author of the celebrated children series Katie and the Magic Umbrella. Furthermore, she is a mom just like us, trying to do it all in 2010! At this point in Kristine’s career, she has come to realize that her energy is best spent […]

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Mother U.

It was a Monday morning. We were getting ready for another grueling school week. The kids were moaning about the injustice of heavy backpacks and state laws. I told them I went to school and survived. Put your shoes on, spit-spot. My oldest son asked how many years I spent in school. I told him […]

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Mama Drama: Flushing Fears

My three year old was doing great with potty training until we visited the museum and an automatic toilet flushed unexpectedly. He now screams and cries when we take him into any public bathroom. How can we help him get over his fear and handle these flushing monsters? ~Flushed away (photo credit) Dear Flushed Away: […]

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