Category: parenting

Cooking in Spanish – Fall Soup Recipe

Cooking with kids is a great way to get them engaged in the food preparation process to enjoy and appreciate food – as well as a time to learn more about the Spanish culture! Today on the blog post we are sharing a wonderful recipe to try and enjoy at home – especially because it’s… Read more »

All Good Things…

Senior Director of Communications and Enrollment Jen Doyle has been sharing her pictures and experiences with James throughout his enrollment at Pine Village. Although others have been posting in this space over the past school year, she figured since she shared James’ transition INTO Pine Village (see Transition Time and A New Day), she’d also… Read more »

Stepping Up

This blog post was written by Jannia Brunson-Perez, the director at our JP Revere location and mom of two. Graduation season started back in May for me when I was privileged enough to witness my nephew graduate from college in upstate New York. I met him when he was just 3 years old and watching… Read more »

Remembering

The following post was written by co-founder Emma LaVecchia. Snow. Ugh. Snow days, record-breaking storms, snow removal, roof collapses, T disasters, ice dams, leaks… Snow, snow, snow. It has all become the norm and honestly, I’m tired of talking about it. Hearing about it. Just it in general. Having a day without snowfall now feels… Read more »

Stepping Up

This week all of the Pine Village locations are having their stepping up/graduation ceremonies and it’s made me start to reflect not just on James’ year at Pine Village, but on what has changed over the course of the last year. For example, a year ago at this time, we were still happily in diapers…. Read more »

Connecting with our Kids

Pine Village Co-Founders Emma LaVecchia and Brid Martin This post was written by Emma LaVecchia, Co-Founder of Pine Village Preschool.  Every now and then, in between all of the office hours, I get the chance to meet with and talk to real live parents (and children) in person, to learn about their experiences at Pine… Read more »