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'What Is Given from the Heart'

Warm up from winter’s chill with some holiday reads and reflections this month. Board/Toddlers ‘Peek-a-Boo Santa’, ‘Peek-a-Boo Snowman’, and ‘Peek-a-Boo Reindeer’ by Charles Reasoner Looking for titles to read with the babies and preschoolers in your life? Author-illustrator Charles Reasoner features indestructible reads which are nevertheless engaging for older siblings. …

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How to Make Pear Turkeys for Thanksgiving

How to Make Pear Turkeys for Thanksgiving

Have your Thanksgiving plans changed this year? Like many of you, visiting my family members means traveling by airplane to reach them. I’ve been trying to create some ways to make the holidays as special as possible—even with more distance between us than we expected. One fun way I’m planning …

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Prepare Two Immune-Boosting Side Dishes

Prepare Two Immune-Boosting Side Dishes

Thanksgiving signals the beginning of the holidays and the celebratory foods associated with the season. This year, why not prepare and serve immune-boosting twists on some of your favorite standby side dishes? Nourish Culinary Co. in Washington, D.C., shares two easy and nutritious recipes to add to your Thanksgiving table. …

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Understanding Depression and Disability in Children

Understanding Depression and Disability in Children

Depression in all children, with or without a disability, remains a concern. According to a study published in the March 2019 issue of the Journal of Pediatrics, 3.2% of children between the ages of 3 and 17 have been diagnosed with depression. Adolescents with disabilities, particularly those with autism, have …

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Preparing for Kindergarten During a Pandemic

Preparing for Kindergarten During a Pandemic

In May, 3-year-old Eva Oriolo saw her mother leaving for the grocery store and ran to her pleading, “Mommy, please I go with you? I wear my mask? I stay in the car, pppllleeaasseee?” Rana Oriolo, a mother of three, knows only too well what her preschooler was going through. …

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Baltimore-Area Turkey Trots Go Virtual in 2020

You may not be physically lacing up your sneakers with hundreds of people this Thanksgiving, but you and your family can still take part in the traditions of community turkey trots this year. While COVID-19 has forced many longstanding turkey trots to go virtual, several organizations and event organizers are …

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Dad Life with Josh Gerber

Title: Chief Marketing Officer, PF Growth Partners Lives: Cockeysville Family: Daughter, Anna Isabella, 5 Q: What’s your favorite chore? A: I thoroughly enjoy cutting the grass. We just moved into a house after living in an apartment for four years. Needless to say, it was one of the first chores …

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youth sports during covid-19

During this pandemic, so many cherished routines have been sacrificed, and the loss of sports is one that really stings for lots of kids. Not only do sports provide a way to stay fit and have fun, but they are also sources of socialization and confidence. And, of course, they …

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