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September update

September was a pretty big month. Reflecting now, it’s hard to believe that Labor Day was just 30 days ago. I knew that the month would be busy between work and the holidays but I didn’t know how much energy … Continue reading

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The March 2017 Update

The whole world had a stomach bug for months all winter. But not the Weiner household. And I knew our day would come: I just didn’t know our day would be almost a whole month. I’m being a little dramatic. … Continue reading

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Clinging desperately to summer…

There is a chill in the air. The sun is setting earlier, rising later. The long sunny afternoons have slipped away. Two months of school have whizzed clear past us and we are knee-deep in commitments for the children. We have traded the ever-growing … Continue reading

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Open letter to our village on the last day of preschool

Dear village, We did it. We made it through another year of “school” with our kiddos. The last week has been full of “lasts” for our oldest. Last community Shabbat gathering, Star Night (preschool graduation but not), last dance class of … Continue reading

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a little gratitude for meteorologists

It feels like I am the only person on the east coast who is relatively calm about this impending weather event. It’s Sunday evening in the Northeast and if you hadn’t already heard, a hurricane is on its way. For … Continue reading

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