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Coping with Coronavirus as a Type A Mom

When you’re always in control, the uncertainty of our “new normal” can feel unsettling. One local mother shares her experience. “I am totally flexible … as long as everything is exactly the way I want it.” Does that sound like you? It sums me up perfectly. I epitomize the Type …

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Pregnant in a Pandemic

Pregnant in a Pandemic: Courtney Levin and her husband, Andy, are the proud parents of an 11-year-old son, whom they assumed would be their only child. Doctors had told them, in fact, that they could not have more children. Imagine their surprise when they learned they would have a baby …

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Two Ways to Help on a Rainy Day

Looking for two ways to help on a rainy day? Sure, crawling under the covers is a great option, as the kids have been home for two weeks now, and many parents have been as well. But here are two more things that families can do today to take their …

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Resources for Parents

We will be updating this list throughout the COVID-19 crisis. If you have information on an important resource for families or ways that parents and children can help their community, please email our editor Jessica Gregg at [email protected] School Resources Check these websites for academic information and other resources provided …

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Mothering in Uncertainty

Note: Our staff is currently putting together our April issue, which will focus on sports, health and fitness. As we write, design and edit, much of what we are covering is being cancelled. This is our editor’s letter for that issue. I sat down to write this on Thursday as …

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Working From Home With Kids

Tips on sharing the space and making the most of the day Starting today, area public schools are closed, and many companies as well as state offices are allowing their workers to telecommute. If you’re going to be working from home with kids in the house, your new normal may …

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Update: Gym, bars, restaurants closed

Following a weekend spent indoors, away from friends, family and neighbors, Marylanders now face new limitations to help reduce the spread of coronavirus across the state. Millions of students are already out of school while sports leagues, museums and other cultural institutions, churches and mosques and synagogues have suspended their services. Today …

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