Monthly Archives: March 2014

7 Guidelines for Good Listening

By |March 25th, 2014|

It can become easy to tune out the constant comments, questions, and requests from your child when they start to sound like white noise in the background of your daily activities. While some times it may seem like enough to give them an occasional “uh-huh, yeah, that’s great honey” as a response, it is important […]

Got Questions on Getting Health Coverage?

By |March 18th, 2014|

We know there are lots of questions out there about where, when and how to apply for health insurance, so we thought we would answer some for you! It’s time to get coverage for you and your family!
What is Cover Oregon?
Cover Oregon is Oregon’s new health insurance marketplace where Oregon families can shop for health […]

Tips to Boost Your Child’s Language Development

By |March 14th, 2014|

We know that children are sponges and that they are constantly absorbing knowledge, words and habits from the world around them. It is easy to think that your child will develop language no matter what actions we take, however it is important to realize that language development and literacy skills don’t just come from nowhere. […]

Happy Pie Day! – 8 of the Best Pie Recipes

By |March 14th, 2014|

Yes, it is March 14th, 3/14, and National Pie Day! Why? Because the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter- also known as Pi- is equal to approximately 3.14. So let’s celebrate! We have put together a list of our favorite pie recipes from allrecipes.com, so you can celebrate today with a perfectly round […]

“My Family Book” – DIY Family Board Books for Babies and Toddlers

By |March 11th, 2014|

Family board books are a fun and creative way for your baby or toddler to learn and identify important people in his or her life.  Seeing the familiar faces of family and friends will attract them to the pages of the book, making it a great introduction to books and reading in general. We like the […]