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As my kids get older, I want our home library to evolve so that my kids stay engaged and challenged. There are so many talented children's authors and illustrators out there that it sometimes feels overwhelming to find just...
"Many parents intuitively understand that ubiquitous glowing screens are having a negative effect on kids. We see the aggressive temper tantrums when the devices are taken away and the wandering attention spans when children are not perpetually stimulated by...
We all know that reading to children is important. All too often though, we read to our kids to quiet their minds and bodies – a perfect tool for bedtime. But books also have the potential to enliven our...
As infants become toddlers, children begin the process of individuating or separating from their parents.  This process, which starts around 15 months, continues through the teenage years and is critical for a child to eventually develop her own identity,...
I was always a goody two shoes growing up- I loved having a perfect attendance record, I strived to be the teacher’s helper, and I always turned in assignments on time. You would think that meant I loved school,...
As parents, we are tasked with making the best and safest decisions for our children and their health. Unless you have been living under a rock for the past decade, you know there are very strong opinions in our...
Preschool is a very exciting and emotional milestone in the life of a parent.  There are so many schools to look at, long waitlists to join (for a fee!), and the idea of your little one being without you...
Every parent reaches a point when it’s time to talk to your kids about private parts. My moment came when I overheard my two-year-old tell his baby brother that I pooped him out when he was born. He was...
If there was such a thing as the playground police, and I was its sheriff, I'd swagger around the playground, ticket book in hand, ready to enforce the following rules.* These rules would make my life as the mother...
At first glance, my son’s bedroom looks like that of many 3-year-old boys: a colorful, happily chaotic assortment of toys (currently evenly divided between construction vehicles/tools/gear and a staggering array of “Frozen” merchandise), shelves packed with books, a beanbag...

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2021 Top Baby Names in San Francisco

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The top San Francisco baby names for 2021 so far are Cordelia and Milo. Nameberry, the world’s largest website devoted to baby names, calculated which names were...
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