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Santa's Blog - Summertime Christmas

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Hello boys and girls!  I am so excited to be blogging to you today!  Did you realize that Christmas is just over five months away?

Mrs. Claus and I finished the reindeer tryouts and we have two new  backups for the reindeer team!  They are a girl, Holly, and a boy, Jangle.  They are great flyers, strong and very smart!

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Congrats to our 3rd Annual College Tuition Raffle Winner!

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Dr. Randy Geldreich, an ER Doctor at St. Mary's Hospital in Richmond, Virginia told us that he was certainly surprised to receive a phone call from CMoR about a tuition raffle ticket that he'd purchased about a week prior to the drawing.  Despite the long hours Dr. Geldreich works, however, he mentioned being unable to get to sleep after receiving the message that he'd won four years of college tuition through CMoR's Annual Tuition Raffle. 

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CMoR's Move to Short Pump

As many of you already know, we relocated CMoR Short Pump to Short Pump Town Center this past Saturday.  We could talk about the events of the day, but since a picture is worth a thousand words:


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All Asnooze in the Children's Museum


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Santa's First Blog - Greetings from the Beach!

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Hello girls and boys!

I have been thinking about you as Mrs. Claus and I take our vacation at the beach!  We love our time basking in the sun, doing a little fishing and recuperating from a busy Christmas season.  My elves and Snow Queen are now preparing the North Pole for next Christmas, making new toys, trying out games and puzzles and video games.

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Summer Solutions!

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“A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken.” - Anonymous

A lot happens over the summer, wouldn’t you agree? A child can change tremendously over the summer, if you let it happen. There’s a lot of growing, and a lot of change during these 3 months of very active (and hopefully!) stressfree living.

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5 Helpful Tips for Managing Mental Health in Special Needs Children


5 Helpful Tips for Managing Mental Health in Special Needs Children
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When Time-out Doesn't Work

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Parents and caregivers, get your detective badge out, dust it off, and take a look at the situation. Plan to spend at least 15 (uninterrupted!) minutes analyzing the situation, either alone or with a trusted friend, without the distraction of the phone, the TV, the kids, or the computer. Now consider these points, and take action:

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Cold Weather Days: Indoor Play for Little Learners

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Re-posting for all the little snow bunnies out there in RVA!! Happy Snow Day everyone!

As we know, babies, toddlers and preschoolers need active time balanced with quiet activities. If you are finished playing outside, you’ll need to have a selection of activities at hand that are educational and fun inside. Right now, in and around your home, you can strengthen critical thinking skills, boost creativity, strengthen gross motor skills, fine tune fine motor skills and improve literacy.

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Twilight Carniball 2015: Destination India

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Photo Update: Check out all the fun - we've uploaded pictures from the evening to our Flickr account. Click here to view them!

From Liz: Here's another great “Community Corner” post from a member of CMoR’s Junior Board. Periodically, they will share their “everyday perspective” on topics of interest to the parenting community, including CMoR exhibits, special events, and more. Enjoy!

Twilight Carniball 2015: Destination India

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