By now we have all gotten that email: SCHOOLS WILL BE CLOSED!!! I know some of us shuddered, some of us went right into planning and some even yelled at the phone or computer.  But after it all sunk in,...
Parenting brings up many situations where you find yourself saying, “oh we’re at the stage of dealing with that issue now, are we?” And once your kids enter grade school, it seems as though that thought can cross your...
Did you know there are these things called Executive Functioning Skills? And they are kind of a big deal? I am sure you do; you probably read up on it in a book somewhere when you were doing a bit of...
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Baby’s First Therapist

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A few weeks ago, my one and only child turned 12 years old. As we all know, kids at this age go through changes so fast we can barely keep up. I’ve enjoyed watching my daughter hit several milestones...
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Longing for a Colorado Summer

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I’ve never been one to wish away the winter. Generally, I’m a fan of snow and don’t mind the cold. But this year, I’m over it. I'm ready for summer. Dreaming of Last Summer... The summer of 2019 was one for...
When I see parents of young children, sometimes I have a strong urge to give them a little piece of advice. I don't want to tell them anything cliche like, "These days go by too fast, treasure them." Instead,...
Coming into motherhood really does look like a wrecking ball. It felt that way to me at first. Between the postpartum days, and the moments where you think you have things figured out, just to turn around and realize...
Baking and eating special treats is one of my favorite pastimes. I have deep and fond memories as a kid of helping my grandmother in the kitchen. Mixing ingredients, stirring, rolling, patting, kneading. We had so many family recipes that...
Crunch. I bit into the crisp apple and juice sprayed onto my cheek. I looked at the round heft in my hand. Suddenly I wondered how long had it been since I had bitten into a whole apple instead...
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Celebrate Holiday Birthdays!

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In American family culture, the days between Thanksgiving and the New Year are a whirlwind. Decorating, concerts, end of year tests, holiday parties, family gatherings, shopping, wrapping, baking, showing appreciating for everyone from the blessed souls that pick up...

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The Colorado Springs Guide to Pediatric Therapy

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When your child needs specialized care, searching for a provider can seem like a daunting task. That is why we are thankful to our...