Relationships

I created dreidel bags so other families could build new traditions and relationships among one another. However, I was pleasantly surprised, recently, when someone reached out to me with the same excitement and enthusiasm. Not surprised they too like the dreidel bags, but that they are as passionate about building and creating Jewish traditions as […]

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Bye-Bye Diapers

I’ve never been so thrilled to say good bye to something, but oh those dirty diapers are finally a thing of the past. I was a bit concerned when starting to potty train my toddler. My husband and I started 6 months ago and were convinced we were going to have our 2 year old potty […]

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Sleeping Beauty

There’s something to be said about sleeping babies, watching my toddler sleep is amazing. He’s full of so much energy one moment, and the next he’s in a peaceful deep sleep. It doesn’t hurt that I can actually go to the bathroom in peace, make a phone call without him wanting my attention or try to figure out what his cries mean, it’s truly a […]

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Smiles & Laughter

The smiles & sounds of laughter coming from a child after a week of being sick is absolutely priceless.

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Sharing

Sharing seems like such a natural concept, however this trait is anything but natural to my one year old. This was evident last weekend while attending a birthday party for a three and five year old. My son, who was the youngest child at the party, decided a large truck that an older, bigger boy […]

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Be Careful What You Wish For

I know this is the sentiment of parents with teens, however as a parent of a cranky one year old, I feel differently. After several days of a disgruntled child, one that’s usually good-natured, I dream of the day he can tell me what’s wrong. Does your stomach hurt? Your ear? Your head? Are you […]

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