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Supersisters Weekend Roundup

Posted by Jen on January 24, 2009 at 11:49 AM in JenSupersister Weekend Roundup
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Do you have a new baby coming soon? Want to cook with your kids? Need a new way to help your child overcome frustration? Come see what lovely links we've found for you.

Sometimes it takes an experience with a first baby to help you realize that you need to make a change to a new health care practitioner. Check out this playful and sage advice about how to choose an OB/GYN from Amalah on AlphaMom.

Winter is the perfect time to cook with small children. Use this guide to help you avoid common frustrations in the kitchen when you want to include your kids. You'll be delighted to see what good things start simmering in your family when you work together.

Are your kids hitting one of those developmental stages where the task at hand leads to tears more than progress? Here are some good tips to help you ease them through the transition time while they learn to conquer new skills.

Are your kids close together in age? I've always marveled at parents who skillfully navigate the sibling issues that arise when kids are overlapping in development. Check out this helpful article to help you avoid the chaos and create the ties that bond.


Mr. Steve writes...

Hi Super sisters. Long time no see. Happy New Year. Great blog. Thanks for putting up the SteveSongs DVD. I don't know if you ever mention local events for families, but I'm traveling down to the Baltimore/DC area with the band on Feb 6 and 7. we're playing at Jammin Java in Vienna VA - the 3 shows there are almost sold out, but we are also going to be playing at the Gordon Center in Owings Mills (Baltimore) and we've never played in Baltimore before. We'll be performing songs from the new DVD as well as some of the new songs from the PBS morning block segments and it should be much fun. The details are at Thanks a lot. I signed up for the newsletter and look forward to trying out some of the cool activities with our 15 month old.
Best, Mr. Steve

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