Monthly Archives: April 2014

Cloth diapering: What works for us

I’ve been using cloth diapers for about four months now, so I’m not exactly an expert, but also not a novice either. People often ask what type of diapers I’d recommend and I usually don’t have an answer. At least one that doesn’t take 45 minutes to explain. That’s because they all work for us […]

Rockland Synagogue to hold interfaith family discussion

ROCKLAND — Are you one half of an interfaith relationship or marriage? If so, check this out. Interfaith couples are invited to take part in a discussion group at the Adas Yoshuron Synagogue on Thursday, May 1. According to a press release about the event, participants will have a chance to share their experiences and […]

Taking to the air: Tips for flying with an infant

About a month ago, when our little miss was three months old, we flew across this beautiful country to introduce her to family in California. Family was a little apprehensive about us taking such a big trip, but we knew with the right preparation we’d all be OK and we were. We even survived an […]

Almost Disney, almost

For months now, I’ve heard nothing but raving reviews of Disney’s 2013 “Frozen.” I had heard “Let it Go” a handful of times and seen great spoofs of “Love is an open door.” But until earlier this week, I hadn’t seen the film. Now, I have to join the dozens of other novice critics in […]