Creating Structure and Rules for Your Child: Charts and Graphs From The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “An expert at timelines and presentations, one mother decides to create structure for her 2-year old son, but finds it surprisingly difficult not to make it overly complicated.”
Bonding with your child Bond Through Joyful Play! Available on Amazon Baby Games The Kissing Hand Following Papa’s Song The Biggest Kiss
Moms are the heart of the family. ~ Las madres son el corozón de la familia.
Nest A Charming Story about Family Love By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT When I saw the cover of Nest by Jorey Hurley, I bought it right then without opening it. The simple painting of the robin building her nest on the cover was all I needed to see to know I’d love the … Continue reading »
Literacy Party Galleries March Family Literacy Parties Shamrocks, Rainbows, and Pots of Gold By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT Mom to Madre is delighted to be able to bring Family Literacy Parties to different groups each month. We always bring books for children of different ages to take home for their own … Continue reading »
Basket of Baby Books A perfect gift for the new baby in your circle! By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT Do you have a new baby coming into your circle of family and friends? A perfect gift for that new baby is a nice basket of classic baby books to start the family on its … Continue reading »
Shara Shares Her Reading List Mom to Madre is so delighted that Shara Lawrence-Weiss is letting us re-post her lovely article on great books for kids, on our website. Shara knows what she is talking about when she recommends kids’ books. As a mom of four children, a former nanny, a Special Education Paraprofessional (K-5th) and the owner of three websites for … Continue reading »
Los Angeles Times, “Reading by 9”, is a great resource for parents and children, and it’s free. Enjoy!
Fun Books for Halloween Witches, Monsters, Spooky Kooky Castles, and More! By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT Halloween is a wonderful time for young kids and families. Here are some darling books for the younger set– starting with toddler books, books for preschoolers, kindergarten beginning readers, to books for big brothers and sisters who are already … Continue reading »