Momee Friends is committed to creating a culture of service, and one in which we can teach children the importance of giving back.
For the month of September, we are teaming up with Hair We Share, a non-profit charity that creates customized wigs for men, women, and children who suffer from medical-related hair loss.
Hair We Share relies solely on donations, in the form of ponytails and monetary contributions. We are so grateful to the following salons that have partnered up with us and have volunteered to accept donations, and we congratulate each of them for becoming one of Long Island’s BRIGHT PICKS!
Please help us Make a Difference because It Feels Good To Do Good!
ClickHEREto check out our CAMPAIGN PAGE to make an online donation.
Has your child’s attitude changed from adventurous to suddenly avoidant? Child Behavior Consulting offers suggestions for you and your child to amp up that adventurous side to look forward to going back to school! Try to talk with your child about how he/she feels about going back to school. You might be surprised by the response. But what if you have a child who is not expressive and you really don’t know how he/she is feeling? Well, we have suggestions for you too!
It’s that time of year again, back to school lunches. Yay, I can’t wait! OK, maybe that’s a tiny exaggeration. But you should actually get a little excited. Packing lunches means we get back to an eating routine. I know my family has been all over the place with food this summer. A few extra chips here, lots of extra ice cream there, you know how it is when we are all on vacation.
I don’t know about you, but I can absolutely tell the difference in my children’s behavior when they don’t eat well. Especially when they eat too much sugar. So I am ready to start controlling their food a bit more in September.
Before you can bring home that little (or perhaps not so little) bundle of fur, you need to make sure your house is puppy proofed, that you understand what your puppy has and is going through and that you have a clear picture of what to expect from your new best friend.
Just like human parents must baby proof the house, you should puppy proof your house! The purpose of puppy proofing is to make sure you remove anything that could be harmful to your new pet such as cleaning products, electric cords or breakable glass. It’s also a great way to make sure that possible items that may make appealing teething rings and chew toys are put away out of puppy’s reach. If there are children in the home, removing favorite stuffed animals and their toys might be a very good idea as puppy may not be able to distinguish between his play items and theirs.
It’s amazing how the new year truly begins in September. The school year is off and running. The first year of schooling is always touted as the opportunity, the chance to construct and to improve their understanding of the world around them and their place in that world.
A local Momee and friend of mine, Stevi gave me the inside scoop on life with a new puppy and two young kids at home. The puppy is gorgeous and playful and we all love puppies but she has the insight on Puppy Reality in a young family home.
Back in February I first asked Stevi, “I love tyrannasaurus rex… how is it with the kids and a puppy? We are debating it. I know they will be happy and love one but for you the stay at home mom how is it?”