Talking to Your Kids About Unsettling Events

The news of tragic deaths of children and adults at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday, May 24, is harrowing and heartbreaking....
Magical Experiences at William S. Baer School

The Arts Are for Everyone

  Children who have sensory processing disorder (SPD) do not always get to enjoy art the way their peers do. Bright lights, movement and noise...

Holiday DIY: Valentine’s Day Heart Garland

  I feel strongly that crafting and creating is a win-win for parents and children. If there’s one thing that I learned from being a mom...
Camp Pegasus Bigs Running

In This Issue: February 2022

  In this issue of Baltimore's Child, we explore summer camp choices, from our feature on programs that cultivate a full camp experience for children...
Bullying Inside a Classroom

Bullying: Know the Signs and How to Prevent It

  October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and the issue of bullying—both at school and through cyberspaces—continues to negatively affect the lives of children in...

When my kid became my hero

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. They may be famous or have a personal connection. Maybe your heroes are the ones who run...
Class of Corona

The Class of Corona: One Mom of Senior Reflects

The Class of 2020 is having a rough time and I feel so badly for all of our seniors—both high school and college. My own,...

Gathered Together

The sights, sounds and feels of cooking have always been a significant part of my life. I attribute this to my parents, who valued...

True Gratitude

Make this Thanksgiving truly one of gratitude for your family. My children are older and not around for this holiday. Grace will be in...

Road Test

I am car shopping, which is both exciting and nerve wracking. In my household are one teenager and one college student. Hence, the mixed emotions....