Fun with Fish

Fun with Fish

Fish & Crab Handprint Art   By Connie Goldin, LMFT   As summer vacation is coming to an end, it’s full-on summer in San Diego, weather-wise, and the beach and ocean are still the stars of the show. At a Family Literacy Party this week, we brought two wonderful new children’s books that feature the … Continue reading »
Fall, 2013

Fall, 2013

Fall Starts Sunday Seeing the Signs   By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT This coming Sunday, September 22, fall begins. It’s been full summer in San Diego, until this morning. I woke up very early and went outside into the morning air. It felt cool. The Autumnal Equinox is upon us. That’s not to say that … Continue reading »
Summer 2013

Summer 2013

Summer Enjoying Summer’s Bounty   By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT The other day, as I looked through the window, I saw a white bit of fluff floating on the breeze. I was intrigued as I watched a miraculous seed delivery system at work. I had purchased two milkweed plants in the winter, to attract Monarch … Continue reading »
Winter 2013

Winter 2013

Winter in San Diego Hint–Spring Starts in January!   By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT   January started with a big, exciting job for Mom to Madre. We were delighted to have been chosen to present two ninety-minute workshops for families at the California Head Start 2013 Annual Conference, in San Diego, February 4th-8th. Mom to … Continue reading »
Fall Blog 2012

Fall Blog 2012

      Fall Blog 2012 By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT     Fall In San Diego     The Autumnal Equinox has just passed. We don’t have many changing leaves or a significant drop in temperature in San Diego, but the signs of fall are beginning. For instance, we are getting huge Halloween- style … Continue reading »
Summer Nights 2012

Summer Nights 2012

Summer Has Arrived! By Connie Goldin, President, Mom to Madre ©2012, Mom to Madre Today is July first. Summer has arrived to the coast in San Diego. Last night, the weather along the bay was warm enough to sit outside comfortably without a light sweater. Our coastal “June Gloom” is now usually burnt off by … Continue reading »