While I love the idea that all-purpose platforms are designed to give kids progressively more difficult work – or to hold them on one subject until they've mastered it – my casual observation shows that it doesn't always work just the way you'd think it should.
The big news this week was a peer-reviewed article in the journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics that found that child care workers working with children ages 6 and under are not at increased risk of contracting COVID.
Even if you didn’t catch the VP debate this week, you probably know the highlights. The biggest takeaway in the parent-o-sphere? K. Harris’s eternal refrain: “I’m speaking,” which many mom bloggers are calling the most important takeaway for moms and women everywhere.
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