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Celebrate Independence Day 2017

By Admin | Jun 27, 2017

It’s hard to believe that Independence Day is just around the corner.  We have so many great places to celebrate with music, family fun, fireworks and food.  Here are some of our favorites!  Fair St. Louis  On July 2-4, Fair Saint Louis, a.k.a. America’s Biggest Birthday Party, will be alive with the sounds of Akon,…

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Bike helmets vital to safe summer fun

By Admin | Jun 6, 2017

  Carefree bike riding is a rite of passage in childhood — if it’s done safely. Among Illinois children ages 5-14 who were admitted to emergency rooms for bike injuries last year, 40 percent had injuries to their head or neck. That’s why wearing helmets while bike riding is so important, says Joseph Cangas, MD,…

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Why Choose Academy of the Sacred Heart?

By Admin | May 3, 2017

Academy of the Sacred Heart PreK-Fifth (co-ed); Sixth-Eighth (single gender) Catholic education in the Sacred Heart tradition, founded in 1818 Choosing a school for your little one is a big decision! Learn how the Academy of the Sacred Heart is an exceptional start for your child’s education. To hear what current students have to say…

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Learn to Swim!

By Admin | Apr 11, 2017

The Greater St. Louis British Swim School family is delighted to offer on-going enrollment in British Swim School’s unique program at  our local pools. We offer a variety of year-round classes, from water survival and learn-to-swim through advanced stroke development, and we welcome all ages, from 3 months to adults. Our small classes, fun and…

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Brunswick Zone XL St. Peters: Birthday Parties Your Child Will Brag About!

By Admin | Apr 11, 2017

Ready to be the envy of your Mom Squad? Or the coolest dad on the block? It’s easy when you bring the kids to St. Peters’ favorite place to party and play—Brunswick Zone XL! An innovative spin on fun for all occasions, Brunswick Zone XL St. Peters takes quality time with the family to a…

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5 Fun Math Games for Toddlers

By Admin | Mar 26, 2017

by Dr. Sandra M. Linder   Primrose Schools Want to help your toddler engage in mathematical thinking? Put away the flashcards and worksheets and focus on exploring math during natural interactions with your child. The goal at this age is to help children make mathematical connections during the everyday play that they know and love! Here…

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Screen Time Safety for Children

By Admin | Mar 9, 2017

With the growth of technology, young people have more options than ever to get in front of a screen. Kids and teens have access to many different types of technology, through phones, tablets, computers and television. Screen time safety is a way for parents and caregivers to be knowledgeable about what types of media their…

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Children’s at Progress West

By Admin | Dec 2, 2016

St. Charles County parents have convenient access to the highest-rated pediatric care in the metro area thanks to St. Louis Children’s Hospital at Progress West Hospital in O’Fallon, Missouri. Children are not small adults. They are special individuals who have age-specific developmental needs, along with weight-based interventions. So it’s crucial to have experienced pediatric nurses…

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Real Mom Talk: Why I Love Babywearing

By comstlco-admin | Nov 30, 2016

by Chelsea Fleming When I started working at Cotton Babies, I knew absolutely nothing about cloth diapers, babywearing… really, anything about babies. But it sure didn’t take me long to learn! In no time, I memorized the names and colors of every cloth diaper we sold and became increasingly excited to one day cloth diaper…

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Celebrate Independence Day 2017

By Admin | Jun 27, 2017

It’s hard to believe that Independence Day is just around the corner.  We have so many great places to celebrate with music, family fun, fireworks and food.  Here are some of our favorites!  Fair St. Louis  On July 2-4, Fair Saint Louis, a.k.a. America’s Biggest Birthday Party, will be alive with the sounds of Akon,…

Read More

Bike helmets vital to safe summer fun

By Admin | Jun 6, 2017

  Carefree bike riding is a rite of passage in childhood — if it’s done safely. Among Illinois children ages 5-14 who were admitted to emergency rooms for bike injuries last year, 40 percent had injuries to their head or neck. That’s why wearing helmets while bike riding is so important, says Joseph Cangas, MD,…

Read More

Why Choose Academy of the Sacred Heart?

By Admin | May 3, 2017

Academy of the Sacred Heart PreK-Fifth (co-ed); Sixth-Eighth (single gender) Catholic education in the Sacred Heart tradition, founded in 1818 Choosing a school for your little one is a big decision! Learn how the Academy of the Sacred Heart is an exceptional start for your child’s education. To hear what current students have to say…

Read More

Learn to Swim!

By Admin | Apr 11, 2017

The Greater St. Louis British Swim School family is delighted to offer on-going enrollment in British Swim School’s unique program at  our local pools. We offer a variety of year-round classes, from water survival and learn-to-swim through advanced stroke development, and we welcome all ages, from 3 months to adults. Our small classes, fun and…

Read More

Brunswick Zone XL St. Peters: Birthday Parties Your Child Will Brag About!

By Admin | Apr 11, 2017

Ready to be the envy of your Mom Squad? Or the coolest dad on the block? It’s easy when you bring the kids to St. Peters’ favorite place to party and play—Brunswick Zone XL! An innovative spin on fun for all occasions, Brunswick Zone XL St. Peters takes quality time with the family to a…

Read More

5 Fun Math Games for Toddlers

By Admin | Mar 26, 2017

by Dr. Sandra M. Linder   Primrose Schools Want to help your toddler engage in mathematical thinking? Put away the flashcards and worksheets and focus on exploring math during natural interactions with your child. The goal at this age is to help children make mathematical connections during the everyday play that they know and love! Here…

Read More

Screen Time Safety for Children

By Admin | Mar 9, 2017

With the growth of technology, young people have more options than ever to get in front of a screen. Kids and teens have access to many different types of technology, through phones, tablets, computers and television. Screen time safety is a way for parents and caregivers to be knowledgeable about what types of media their…

Read More

Children’s at Progress West

By Admin | Dec 2, 2016

St. Charles County parents have convenient access to the highest-rated pediatric care in the metro area thanks to St. Louis Children’s Hospital at Progress West Hospital in O’Fallon, Missouri. Children are not small adults. They are special individuals who have age-specific developmental needs, along with weight-based interventions. So it’s crucial to have experienced pediatric nurses…

Read More

Real Mom Talk: Why I Love Babywearing

By comstlco-admin | Nov 30, 2016

by Chelsea Fleming When I started working at Cotton Babies, I knew absolutely nothing about cloth diapers, babywearing… really, anything about babies. But it sure didn’t take me long to learn! In no time, I memorized the names and colors of every cloth diaper we sold and became increasingly excited to one day cloth diaper…

Read More