Dear Friends, This joyful holiday season Mom to Madre is counting our blessings. We are grateful to our families, friends, supporters and community members, for enabling us to serve disadvantaged families in San Diego County, working as unpaid volunteers. In October, we celebrated our sixth year of outreach, education, family literacy parties, and book donations. … Continue reading »
Exploring The Rainbow Fish Through Art By Connie Goldin, LMFT The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister and J Alison James is a classic children’s book, loved by all age groups, that tells the importance of sharing with others. The Rainbow Fish is a beautiful creature, with glittery scales that shimmer and dazzle … Continue reading »
Let the Fun Begin! ~ ¡Deje la diversión comenzar!
New Foods, New Words! By Connie Goldin, LMFT Summer is the perfect time to visit a Farmers Market, fruit stand, or organic market. Children can learn new words looking at the fresh fruit, vegetables and fresh flowers, and by hopefully sampling a few! Recently I visited a famous Farmers Market in San Diego … Continue reading »
Making Birds’ Nests By Connie Goldin, LMFT Learn about birds’ nests with a fun book and craft project! Rabbit and Owl are friends who live next door to each other in Too Tall Houses by Gianna Marino. Rabbit has his small house in his garden and Owl lives next door in his small … Continue reading »
A Gorgeous Event ~ A Great Cause Have a wonderful day walking through exquisite gardens, and help children face a brighter future, all for just $25! Proceeds from the Point Loma Garden Walk benefits the Craniofacial Department at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego. The Craniofacial Department diagnoses and treats complex disorders of … Continue reading »
Health and Safety ~ La Salud y La Seguridad Teach and Protect ~ Enseñen y protejan By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT New for the Holidays Winter Holiday Safety & Poison Prevention Tips Cal Poison En Español Welcome ~ Bienvenidos. Mom to Madre invites you to find material about health and safety for families … Continue reading »