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Elisa

Elisa
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Elisa is a loving wife and stay at home mom living in San Francisco's Telegraph Hill neighborhood. A proud sixth-generation San Franciscan, Elisa spent her early years in the Haight-Ashbury before moving to Mill Valley in elementary school. She studied Comparative Literature and French Language at University of San Francisco, where she wrote her thesis on the origins of fairy tales. Along with being the Managing Editor here at San Francisco Bay Area Moms, Elisa also writes for POPSUGAR, FamilyEducation, and OXO Brands.

How Storypod Can Revamp Your Child’s Bedtime Routine

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Ever since we started sheltering in place, my daughter just has not been tired at bedtime. We have added "audio-time" to her daily routine to address this, and I just learned about a new...

Keep Your Dog Safe Amidst the July 4 Fireworks

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Since the pandemic hit, there has been a 700% increase in pet adoptions, and although it's wonderful that so many pooches have a place to call home, new pet owners may be less familiar...

The AAP is in Favor of Sending Kids to School This Fall

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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has announced that it recommends physical school for children this coming school year. The trusted organization claims that the benefits of being in a school setting far outweigh...

Coming Into the Clear That Is Age 4

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We never had the terrible twos, but boy did we have a threenager. Year three is sort of when I found myself no longer able to be the mom I wanted to be, if...

Family-Friendly Baking Tips from an Expert

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If you have started baking while sheltering-in-place, or you want to but you don't know where to start, keep reading. I sat down with Cathy, our team's Master Baker to get all the best...

White Privilege Means My Daughter Can Count on the World to Keep Her Safe

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Not too long ago I was at a park with my daughter when a fellow mom had a bad accident coming down the slide with her two boys. Her leg snapped and she was...

Why Your Child Needs To Learn the Correct Names for Their Private Parts

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When my daughter was about eighteen months, she became interested in naming all of her body parts. It didn’t take long for her to point between her legs in the bath and ask me...

How I Meal Plan for the Week

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Sheltering in place has finally forced me to nail down a good system for feeding my family, and I’m definitely going to keep it up post-pandemic.  Lunches are full meals at my house, because I...

Support Literacy at Home With the Daily 5

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The Daily 5 is an easy way to make sure your kids are getting enough literacy work done each day, especially if you’re not totally sure what that should look like. It’s also super...

What Pregnant Women Need to Know About COVID-19

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If you’re expecting amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the most comforting knowledge you can have is understanding how your birthing experience will unfold when you arrive at the hospital—and even in the days...
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