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Meet the Moms behind this year’s Make-A-Wish Wish Night on 11/11!
Fall is one of the most wonderful times of the year in our area… apple picking season, pumpkin patches, and corn mazes, plus so many fun Halloween events. We have you covered! Thanks to Eugene’s Music & Learning for sponsoring this helpful guide!
Professional organizer, Lauren Lennon, helps you deal with your clutter problem!
Tonight’s Meet a Dad, Tucker Hastings, is a career-long educator, and part of the Gowan Group, an innovative Independent School consulting firm.
Did you know that text messages and other electronic communications, such as e-mails, What’s App messages, and Facebook messages are increasingly being used in Connecticut divorce cases? The lawyers at Ferro & Battey, LLC share what is important to know to protect yourself- and your family!
Learn 3 things you should know about the Spotted Lanternfly—and how Mosquito Squad can protect your landscaping (and even your outdoor furniture and car) from their damage.
Meet Ariella Feldman and Jessica Hirsch, the Moms behind Greenwich’s chapter of Ok to Delay!
Alexa Fishback’s, founder of Aaha Restart and our Health & Wellness Contributor, shares her thoughts on how to get back to basics for the Fall and a fabulous easy weeknight recipe.
Need help choosing the perfect instrument for your child? Eugene’s Music & Learning Studio has Four Tips to consider!
Whatever your price point, TLMN’s Top 6 Backpacks will make shopping a breeze…with some old school superlatives to help for a bit of back-to-school fun!
Middle school is a critical time in a child’s learning development. Students are growing physically, socially, cognitively, and emotionally.
The 2023 Greenwich Moms Fall Activity Guide is here to highlight some of our favorite Fall activities and to help you make your decisions and registration process quick and easy, with all the info in one place.
Tonight’s Meet a Mom, Sophie Pelletier Martinelli, is a Greenwich Mom of four who has attended as a participant and gone on to become a facilitator at The Den for Grieving Kids at Family Centers.
Big News for Parents in CT! In June, Governor Ned Lamont signed a law requiring all incoming Kindergartners to be 5 before entering Kindergarten. Previously, students needed to turn 5 by January 1st; starting in 2024, they must have their birthday by September 1st (aka the first day of school). To help answer a few questions we’ve been hearing from other local moms, we sat down with Connecticut State Senator Ryan Fazio to discuss the new law. Click link in bio for the scoop!
Meet a Mom, Samantha Goldworm Soleimani, founder of 12.29, an olfactive branding company that translate a brand’s identity into a scent.
We have compiled a short list of some of the best photographers right in our own backyard. Book them now while we still have some gorgeous weather ahead!
Thinking proactively about what your child will be
navigating when they return to a school schedule will make the
transition more successful. Here is your checklist from the anxiety institute.
The mom of three shares any she launched her Instagram, her famous catchphrase and more.
Our guide to tutoring companies, teachers and education consultants who are available both virtually and in person for pre-k through high school, to offer extra help this academic year.
Ever worry about your child’s desire to learn? Are you concerned that they do not feel as smart as other kids, but do not know how to change this outlook? A positive attitude can help them reshape their perspective on learning and what it means to achieve a goal. For years, researchers have looked into the effects of a “growth mindset,” where children focus on learning from their failures rather than worrying about being judged by them. We spoke to the experts at Connecticut Children’s to learn more about SIX ways to develop a child’s Growth Mindset to make them even more successful in life!