Made by hand in small batches, the moms of Fresh Baby Bites are bringing local, organic meals and snacks to your table. Using the freshest ingredients of the season, we have been blending up tasty favorites for Bay Area babies since 2010.
Thank you to our October Sponsors!
Hooray for our generous sponsors Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, Care.com, Peninsula School and International School of the Peninsula! Sponsorship fees are used to support PAMP’s wide array of programs, events and services. This month, please say hello and thanks to our Premium Sponsors.
Moon Cakes & Martial Arts! Children’s Moon Festival a Success!
On Sunday, September 14, the community gathered to celebrate at PAMP’s 9th Annual Children’s Moon Festival. This year’s festival was the largest ever with over 20 kids activities, and we handed out over 2,000 moon cakes and fortune cookies! By all accounts, the event was a wonderful success. Thank you all for coming!
Childcare in the Forums, plus 6 Tips to Get it Right!
Over the summer, a post about finding childcare providers through PAMP forums became a red-hot item. One mom’s experience led to disappointing results with two candidates canceling agreed-upon trials, and another saying she would not do light duty chores
Thank you for a fantastic Family Day!
On Sunday, July 20th, hundreds of PAMP members gathered at Mitchell Park to soak up the sun and enjoy great food, live entertainment and fun activities for the kids. Thank you to our members, volunteers and community partners for making it a fantastic day to mingle and play. A huge thanks to our co-presidents Chanden Moya and […]
Join PAMP’s Monthly Family Playdate!
Looking to meet other PAMP families in the area, but just can’t seem to find the time in your busy life? PAMP has got you covered! Grab your kids and join us at the next family playdate. Meet other parents, make new friends, enjoy a bite to eat, all while your kids are having a […]
It’s September, and for some of you this is a time to consider the homeschooling option, in addition to public and private school possibilities, to see which educational choice best fits your family. Perhaps your kids are very young, but you are delaying preschool and gathering more information about homeschooling. Or perhaps your kids are already in school
As a stay at home mom, I am always looking for ways to entertain and exhaust my two-year old while bringing along my newborn. I recently rediscovered a great option nearby – Filoli.
My toddler was able to walk all over and I didn’t have to worry about cars or bikes.
Sponsorship fees are used to support PAMP’s wide array of programs, events and services. This month, please say hello and thanks to our Premium Sponsors.
Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton actively seeks applications from socially responsible, passionate students, capable of succeeding within and contributing to a challenging and rigorous academic environment. We look for individuals with diverse backgrounds and talents who will become fully involved in campus life and contribute positively to our school community. We welcome families who believe the Goals and Criteria that guide a Sacred Heart school are vital to the education and well-being of the whole child and produce students who become intellectually, spiritually and socially responsible citizens of the world.
Potty training is easier and happens faster if your child is truly ready in all three areas: physical, cognitive and social. But the big question is: how do you know when your child is ready? If you have never traveled this road before, you likely don’t even know what signs to look for. Take this quiz to find out where your child is on the readiness spectrum.
1. I can tell by watching that my child is wetting or filling his diaper:
I often hear women speak of the pain of childbirth. “Why would I want to feel that?,” they cry. “Why on earth would I want to feel that pain?”
I invite you to consider that the sensations of birthing your baby
Looking for a better way to find babysitters? Try UrbanSitter!
Founded by four busy parents, UrbanSitter is an online resource to find sitters recommended by people you know.
Simply create a FREE account and identify your parenting groups (PAMP, child’s school, etc.) to see a selection of sitters whom your friends and fellow PAMP parents have rated and reviewed.
… when you maybe don’t want to.
All of us have been young children, as limited in our worldview as we were in our abilities to reach the countertop or into a high drawer for some scissors to go run around with. All of us have had to settle, for better or worse, with our small bodies and their perimeters, our areas of visibility, our reach. There’s a moment when a child will reach for a flying insect or the image of a bird overhead and, by reaching, expect to fly also.
As part of PAMP’s recent re-organization, Maya Herstein transitioned from the role of VP of Communications to the role of Outreach Director. “This position was formed to overlook all outreach efforts, including all communications within our PAMP community (newsletter, emails, social media) as well as outbound communications
One quarter of the questions and concerns that parents discuss with their pediatrician are related to child development and behavior. As parents, we want to provide our children with opportunities to optimize development and create an environment in which our children can thrive.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
3-5p Kids Activities | 5–6p Performances
Mitchell Park Bowl
600 E Meadow Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Tell your friends to come! It is a FREE FAMILY EVENT for the whole community!
MSLA is a Silicon Valley educational institution for over 40 years. We are located in a beautiful Eichler-designed building in Palo Alto’s Greenmeadow neighborhood. Our world-class Montessori preschool and Kindergarten programs will educate your child in academics, language (Mandarin and Spanish), art, music, movement, computers, grace & courtesy, geography, organic gardening, and much more.
What guidelines at home will help your child be ready to learn at school? Ask yourself: Do I know the daily routines kids need, including how much sleep and exercise she needs? What are the best ways for her to spend her time after her day in kindergarten?