Self-Care With Kids: The Whole Family Benefits!

December 29, 2020

I’d say a blizzard after the holidays of last week is a gleaming reminder to slow down, and tune into[…]


Gift Ideas to Support Our Local Service Industry – Parent Blog

December 20, 2020

If you’re anything like me, you are just getting Christmas shopping underway. I am always late to the game. Target[…]


Talking About Scary Things

July 13, 2016

My 4 ½ year old came home from school the other day, having heard about the alligator and the poor[…]


Kids, the Election, and Kindness

April 20, 2016

Overheard in the backseat… Clara (age 4): “Donald Trump is such an idiot. He is SO idiot!” Lucy (age 9): […]


Drowning in art

February 11, 2016

We are so lucky at the Co-op to have high quality art instruction. In addition to regular classroom coloring and[…]


The Importance of Multiple Perspectives

October 28, 2015

Writing this title makes me think of Picasso, and how I never liked Cubism, but had a good takeaway anyways.[…]


Leaning in to other people’s kids

October 22, 2015

“You just need to let her fully face the social consequences of her behavior.” As I looked over my coffee[…]


Lower Elementary Blog

October 8, 2015

Today’s blog was written by a student from the Lower Elementary. She is 8 years old and has been at[…]


One Thing We Did Right

September 2, 2015

“I just LOVE Piper!” Clara (age 3) gushed one day after meeting her friend at the park. She continued, “When[…]


Parenting wins (?)

July 29, 2015

There’s a popular “parenting wins” theme going around social media circles these days. We’ve probably all seen some variation—a parent,[…]