Parents Fighting in front of Young Children

Parents Fighting in front of Young Children

Obviously, conflict between two people is inevitable. Do you have disagreements with your partner in front of your children? Do you worry how these emotional moments effect your little one(s)? This week at TLC we will address this delicate topic together: parental...
Creative & Artistic Development in Young Children

Creative & Artistic Development in Young Children

Our developmental activity in class this week will highlight creative development. Before coming to class, enjoy reading this recent article from Parents Magazine highlighting 6 ways to inspire creativity in your children. Can your little one sit up unsupported? Then,...
The Benefits of Slow Parenting

The Benefits of Slow Parenting

The perfect Parent Topic for the beginning of summer: Slow Parenting.  “Slow parenting cherishes quality over quantity, being in the moment, and making meaningful connections with your family.” Take a moment and read the recent article from the Boston...
Best Playgrounds near Boston

Best Playgrounds near Boston

Spring is here! With the recent beautiful weather, and our weekly focus on gross motor skills, this list of Boston’s best playgrounds should be at every TLC parent’s...
Parents Taking Care: How to Stay Close After Having Children

Parents Taking Care: How to Stay Close After Having Children

Every semester TLC dedicates at least one week to parents taking better care of themselves. This week our TLC class discussion will focus on the inevitable adjustments that take place in our relationships with our co-parents. As Dr. Craig Malkin (a dear friend here in...
Sensory Development in Young Children

Sensory Development in Young Children

Our developmental activity in class will highlight sensory development. Yes, often when we hear about activities to stimulate sensory development, we think of MESS! No worries- not this week! Nevertheless, do take a moment to review this helpful article from PBS that...
When your child physically hurts you…

When your child physically hurts you…

I suspect the majority of TLC parents have had the startling experience of being on the receiving end when their little one completely unwinds and physically lashes out at them. How do you feel in that moment? Angry? Confused? Do you wonder how best to respond in...