Posts from: July 2017
Photo: Enjoying the food at Pearl's Place in Bronzeville
Hello, neighborhood explorers! Last time, I left you with a template to use each time you go visit a new neighborhood: Try to plan three things: one inside, one outside and one that involves food.
Today, I’m excited to tell you about a neighborhood I love to visit: Bronzeville!
Located along the lake just south of the Loop, Bronzeville is a cultural mega-center for art, music, architecture, and a vivid celebration of the ...Posted on July 18, 2017 at 1:35 PM
*PARENT PERK BY CULTURAL CARE AU PAIR*
If you need a change in childcare, then Cultural Care Au Pair might be the right fit for you! Choosing childcare is no easy decision. Because as parents, we don’t ever want to compromise on quality, flexibility and trust when finding care for the most important people in the world. Hosting a Cultural Care au pair gives thousands of families across the country those very important benefits. We invite you to learn more about who our au pairs ...Posted on July 18, 2017 at 7:00 AM
*PARENT PERK BY LILYPAD NURSERY + PRESCHOOL*
Lilypad Nursery + Preschool is thrilled to be bringing our Montessori-inspired early childhood education center to the West Loop. What does it mean to be Montessori-inspired? It means that our toddler and pre-primary classrooms follow the traditional Montessori structure with five learning areas: Sensorial, Practical Life, Language Arts, Mathematics & Cultural Studies. We also recruit and employ certified Montessori teachers ...Posted on July 11, 2017 at 7:00 AM
*PARENT PERK BY CHICAGO BABY SHOW*
The 1st Annual Chicago Baby Show is coming to Navy Pier on August 26 & 27. No other event provides a better experience for thousands of expectant and new families from Chicago and neighboring counties, seeking a family-friendly jamboree of top brands, great speakers and seminars, big giveaways, and lots of learning, support, bonding, and fun as you make your way into parenthood.
In its size and quality–but mostly in the mix of all its spec...Posted on July 06, 2017 at 1:25 PM
Worried your child might be losing her immersion language skills over the summer? Are you teaching your family language and eager to find new ways to connect your child to your family language? Parents of children learning other languages, whether through school, nannies or family, will find these ideas helpful to give their kids critical language exposure and support their development this summer.
Get books! You can find bilingual books and books in world languages at your local...
Photo: Evelyn Perez-Horita
I have an 8 ½-year-old little girl, Lia (pictured, above), who has been diagnosed with severe intellectual disabilities, sensory processing disorder, autism and hypotonia, and is non-verbal. I do not, nor will I ever, claim to be the resident expert in any given field except when it comes to knowing my own kiddo. With that said, I know how frustrated and bored my little darling is going to be this first week of summer vacation. My husband and I had to figure ...Posted on July 06, 2017 at 9:35 AM