Different Families, Different Rules: Tips For Talking to Your Kids

As different parts of the world relax (or tighten) social distancing and shelter in place guidelines, you might find that you’re having challenging conversations with your kids. Here are some easy tips (plus a script if you need it) to follow when your children ask: “Hey, why can their family do that but we can’t?” 

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Ice Cream, Books, and Blanket Forts: Celebrating Shavuot Under Quarantine

Shavuot is almost here! For reasons that we here at PJ Library will never understand, it continues to be one of the most underrated of the kid-friendly Jewish holidays. Although Shavuot is traditionally celebrated with late-night Torah and blintz binges, this is an ideal holiday for families quarantined at home. All you need are books, ice cream, and a cozy spot to snuggle up and read.

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Welcoming a Sibling Into the Family

Is your family anticipating a new arrival? For families with one or more children already, the experience of a new baby is different the second or third or fourth time around; here are some tips to help older siblings.

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