Food Feeds Learning!

You’ve probably heard it said that you are what you eat, but what does that mean when you’re expecting a little one? Eating right can help prepare your newest addition for success and learning later in life. How do you know what foods are “good” foods? It can be hard to know what a healthy […]

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Don’t Cry, Baby!

Baby tears can mean anything from “I’m tired!” to “I’m hungry!” to “I’m bored!” Babies have a whole range of cries, from tiny whimpers to full-bodied shrieks. These cries are normal, and sometimes inconsolable, but it’s important for parents and other caregivers to distinguish between what’s “normal” and what could indicate a more serious problem. […]

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You + Baby = Change

Someone once said, “A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bankroll smaller, home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten, and the future worth living for.” No matter how you look at it, having a baby changes everything! Routines can help your family find structure, but what else can you do to manage […]

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Join us at Family Place Playgroup!

Raising children is often full of questions. What should you expect? Is that normal? What do you do next? And, more than anything, who do you ask for help? The Family Place Playgroup at Harrington Library offers parents and other caregivers the opportunity to ask important questions from child development experts. Harrington Library is part […]

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Making Music

You don’t have to be a musician to make music with your baby! Sharing music with your child is an important part of his or her development – both in-utero and once baby arrives. Starting a musical tradition with your child is a great way to jump start learning, promote bonding, and build communication from […]

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