Feel like there is never enough hours in the day? Take a breath, clear your mind and slow down your movement. Find the time to reconnect with your body and your baby.
Many Mommies To Be can attest to the roller coaster of emotions associated with the excitement and trepidation that goes with preparing for parenthood. With so many items to check off the growing “to do list,” and the effort that goes in to executing your day to day responsibilities of work, relationships, cooking, cleaning and errands, the mere thought of morning sickness, baby registries and back pain can overwhelm even the most organized and in control woman.
Even when it feels like you are in a race with time, try to put down your phone, step away from your computer and surrender to your surmounting list of “to do’s.” Take a slow cleansing breath and remind yourself what it is your are so frantically preparing for: The newest arrival to your family.
It is so easy and quite common to get caught up in the moment and forget to make the time to truly understand and appreciate the miracle taking place in your body. Continue Reading
Dachshunds can come across as relatively neurotic dogs, so cohabiting with kids can truly be concerning for your furry little friend!
Like many new moms and dads, you may have first tested out your parenting potential on a furry friend before taking the full plunge in to child rearing. Do not worry–you are not alone, as many young couples buy the pets before daring to raise their own little people.
This method of responsibility rating from pet to person seems to work for most, and provides the couple with the ability to demo their daddy skills or master their mommy time management on their dog before devoting time to their newest arrival. Training, housebreaking and disciplining a dog gives you a bare bones approach to the time, energy and most importantly–patience–needed when owning a pet, and then later when raising a baby. Continue Reading
Summer tends to be a busy time for people, and that is no exception when you bring a little munchkin in to the mix. Moms and Dads looking for fun, family activities to do with their little one should take advantage of Free Fun Fridays.
Enjoy free activities in and around the city, including entrance to museums and zoos or a ferry ride to one of the nearby Boston Harbor Islands. With only a few weeks left of summer, explore the city’s sites while providing your baby with both entertaining and educational opportunities.
Puppets on the Common features Rosalita's Puppets under the artistic direction of Master Puppeteer, Charlotte Dore
The Friends of the Public Garden present Puppets on the Common–a performance that honors a tradition of puppet shows that took place on the Boston Common as early as 1883. With the additional support of the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, Puppets on the Common is a wonderful activity that you and your family can enjoy for FREE.
When: Thursday, August 18th 2:30-3:30pm and Thursday, August 25th 2:30-3:30pm
Where: Parkman Bandstand
For further information, please contact The Friends of the Public Garden