Fall Art ~ Arte del otoño

Fall Art ~ Arte del otoño

Building Preschool Skills through Art Construyendo habilidades preescolares a través del arte By Connie Goldin, LMFT Yesterday, I had the pleasure of bringing art supplies for several projects to twenty Head Start families. There were moms and dads, grandmas, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and older siblings. There were even a few cousins, in tow! We had children … Continue reading »

Toddlers in Forward-facing Seats

Toddlers in Forward-facing Seats

Car Seat Safety By Age: Toddlers in Forward-facing Seats (The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) Description provided by organization that posted this video on YouTube: “Children 2 years or older, or those younger than 2 who have outgrown their rear-facing safety seat must be restrained in a forward-facing safety seat. Learn how to properly install a … Continue reading »

Button Batteries

Button Batteries

Emmett’s Story – The Dangers of Swallowing a Button Battery Description provided by organization that posted this video on YouTube: “Watch Emmett’s story, a little boy who accidentally swallowed a button battery found in a remote control. TheBatteryControlled.Com

Knina’s Knitters

Knina’s Knitters

A Labor of Love “Knina’s Knitters” Make Gifts for Babies in Need   By Connie Goldin “Knina’s Knitters,” a group of dedicated volunteers and members of The Thursday Club in San Diego, has given Mom to Madre exquisite pieces of hand-knit and crocheted items for babies in need since November, 2012. It is such a delight … Continue reading »

Early Literacy

Early Literacy

  Early Literacy Creating a Strong Base for Language Development, Reading, and Writing   By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT Imagine being able to help your child have success in school (and later, life!) through fun little activities you begin at their birth. All the beautiful bonding you naturally do with a newborn– touching, hugging, kissing, … Continue reading »