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The Winter/Spring Semester of TLC Infants & Parents Class and TLC Play & Parenting Classes begin this week! If you haven't yet registered, please don't miss out on these unique classes where little ones learn through a predictable play routine and loving caregivers benefit from facilitated...

The Loved Child is hosting a collection drive forRoom to Grow. Share the JOY of giving this holiday season with your children and donate bottles (new), books (like new), and blankets (like new). Drop off locations include Belmont Books, The ToyShop of Belmont, and TLC Family Center during classes, workshops, and events.  Please share with friends and family! Questions?...

Today is officially the first day of fall! Why not celebrate this special day by making homemade playdough with your little one(s)? The Loved Child LOVES the following easy recipe. Unlike commercial playdough, this playdough is 100% safe for children who are still exploring objects by...

The first Adult Discussion Topic for the TLC Infancy & Parenting class focuses on that very common feeling some of us may be experiencing as new parents: the realization that you are not getting anything done at home. We hope after reading the compassionate resource from Motherly and connecting with other parents...

The Loved Child (TLC Family Center) offers a variety of expert-facilitated parent workshops for expecting parents and those with babies, toddlers, and young children. These workshops are held at the TLC Family Center typically during evening and weekend hours. TLC professionals also provide TLC Parent...

Welcome to TLC Play & Parenting Classes at The Loved Child! As always, we have planned a variety of fun, developmentally appropriate, and open-ended group activities for the children. Families will receive the TLC Play & Parenting Class Newsletter in preparation for each weekly class. The TLC Newsletter includes helpful resources to prepare you for...

A semester of TLC Play & Parenting classes will never pass by without at least one week dedicated to parent self-care. This week (perfectly timed with the beginning of the holiday season) we will address the need for parents to make themselves (not their children) top priority. We know...

At first glance, this week's topic may appear developmentally not appropriate for caregivers of babies, toddlers, and preschoolers attending TLC Play & Parenting classes. You may feel that discussing the necessity of teaching our little ones about gratitude is a bit premature. TLC couldn't disagree...