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Wk7-Classmate Conversation

This week I met Nallely Silva. Nallely grew up in East LA until the fourth grade. After the fourth grade, she moved to Palmdale which is about 2 hours away from CSULB. 134 more words


Covered in Cheerios: The Reality of Motherhood

It’s after 10 pm just days before this article is due for publication, and I’m just now considering putting pen to paper. This is my new life. 213 more words


PeaPod Storytime Today at Laguna Beach Library

Photo by South OC Beaches

Laguna Beach Library Hosts PeaPod Storytime today, Thursday March 5 2015 from 10:30 am to Noon.
The Laguna Beach Library is located at 363 Glenneyre Street. 67 more words

Laguna Beach

Why Read to Your Infant? 

One of the things I love about having a mother who studies psychology is that I get invaluable advice about child development… For free!

For instance, babies of higher socioeconomic status (SES) learn on average 750 more words per day than babies of low SES. 154 more words


Thursday Play Date: Tweety Pie, Sweety Pie!

This week I’ve been learning about the birds in our garden!

Mummy loves to see the birds in our garden. We feed them to help them out… 277 more words


The Power of Touch

Here is yet another reminder to be attentive to our babies.

The New Yorker: The Power of Touch: http://www.newyorker.com/science/maria-konnikova/power-touch


Like a Child: Want to 'be with'

As human beings we are naturally created to cry out for God. And the more we look for him, the more we seek him, the more of him we will experience. 252 more words