Picnic in Style with PAMP on June 1st
Save The Date! PAMP’s annual Family Day picnic is at Burgess Park in Menlo Park from 10am-1pm on Saturday, June 1st. RSVP today! There will be a live band and catered lunch sponsored by Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and lots more:
Announcing our 2012 Annual Report
We are thrilled to present our 2012 Annual Report, which highlights activities and achievements over the past year. This is our chance to reflect on PAMP’s work to enhance the lives of families with young children and to shape our vision for the future.
PAMP Wins the Totally Awesome Award from Red Tricycle!
We are proud to announce that PAMP won the 2012 Red Tricycle Totally Awesome Award for Great Groups for Moms & Dads.
Meet the 2012 Board of Directors
Please join us in congratulating the new PAMP Board of Directors! Based on your vote, the nominated slate of Board members has been approved! On our new Board, we are excited to have several incumbent members who are staying on and showing their dedication to making PAMP an even stronger community. Board leadership is a significant [...]
Americans celebrate Father’s Day on the third Sunday in June. What was the inspiration for Father’s Day? Mother’s Day, of course!
Mother’s Day has been shaped by our nation’s history, being named an official day in 1914 by President Woodrow Wilson. Wanting to afford the same recognition to fathers, Sonora Dodd, one of six children raised by a widower,
Making the decision to breastfeed is as personal as the decision to go back to work. If you’re a mom who wants to do both, here are some great tips to help you succeed.
First, it’s worth knowing that, as a working mom, the effort it takes to breastfeed your baby can actually be a boost for your job attendance, your well-being, and your baby’s health. Research compiled by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
As a proud daddy to seven children between the ages of 4 months and 27 years old, I’ve learned my fair share about parenting and being a supportive daddy – not only to my children, but to my wife too. After all, she is the mother of my children, and by supporting her I reinforce the support I give so freely to my children as well.
Summer is just around the corner and kids will love hearing summer-themed stories. Here are some recommendations for fun, magical, thought-provoking, and multicultural picture books to get us into the summer spirit. Enjoy!
All You Need for a Beach by Alice Schertle; illustrated by Barbara Lavallee
Small Events Manager for PAMP, Tai Clyde, coordinates many of the activities you see listed on the club’s calendar. As one of PAMP’s paid staff members, Tai focuses on maintaining close contact with PAMP partners, updating events and responding to member questions. She notes, “I get to keep a close eye on all of the awesome classes and activities that PAMP offers.”
Her role, which is largely behind-the-scenes, involves staying closely
I often get calls from friends and family members who have recently had a bad experience hiring a nanny on their own. Most often, the reason that things fell apart can be traced back to the hiring process. The following are tips to ensure a successful employer-employee relationship.
Follow up on background checks
It is temping to hire someone because you get a good feeling