What We Learned: December 2021
Just when we think we’ve seen it all, we are stopped in our snowy tracks by new ways to sprinkle holiday magic in our families’ lives. For this issue, Parker-based interior designer, blogger, and mom of two, Rachel Hoback, inspired us with her ideas for decorating a child’s bedroom. The twinkling lights and jolly touches are sure to make bedtime an unforgettable part of the season. Read the story here.
STEM is the “It” subject. Learn about the new barrier-breaking STEM toy and the two Colorado College grads who created it, in our Q&A.
Gigi’s Playhouse brings together children with Down syndrome and their families to build community.
Don’t give blah books for the holidays. We found some of the season’s best new musical, how-to, and pop-up books for the kids on your list.
Even when snow isn’t falling in the city, it’s still possible to glide through a wintery wonderland scene. Check out our list of cozy mountain town sleigh rides.
You Said It
“Act like a parent but think like a child.”
—Dr. Candice W. Jones, pediatrician, author, and mother of two, on how parents should approach conflict with their child. Read more here.