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All About The PJ Library Swap And Drop Program

Mon, 10/22/2018 - 9:21am -- jkidphilly

by Jamie Agins Lincow

After my first son’s bris, Cantor Mark Kushner, our mohel, gave us detailed instructions about how to properly care for the baby and also how to sign up to receive free PJ Library books!  I registered my first born within a few months, and now (9 years later), all 3 of my kids are receiving monthly PJ books.  The baby who we initially enrolled in the program has since transitioned to the PJ Our Way subscription and currently enjoys selecting his own titles!

The ADDED VALUE of Being a Jewish Grandparent

Tue, 07/31/2018 - 1:23pm -- jkidphilly

by Eileen Kupersmith

I love seeing toys that my child played with as a baby in the hands of his child.  It fills my heart to see the yellow sweater that my grandmother knitted for her grandchild, being worn by my grandchild.  My own children think it is strange (and often roll their eyes) when I pull out an item that I have saved for almost 40 years, but I get great pleasure in watching these tangible items passed on. 

Letters To Camp: Meaning And Connection

Mon, 03/26/2018 - 7:34pm -- jkidphilly

by Suzy Goldstein, Ph.D.

Each year, as my three children depart for summer camp, I look forward to them unplugging from electronics and tuning in to the many enriching experiences camp offers. Camp provides children with countless opportunities to make and maintain friendships, explore new activities, and enjoy the outdoors. This year, my youngest son tried out for the camp play and landed the leading role! Having never participated in a play, I was in awe of the confidence he had developed at camp!

For the Love of Challah & Great Friends!

Wed, 02/28/2018 - 11:37am -- jkidphilly

by Bari Jacobson

I love to bake! I love to share what I bake with others and see their reactions. I love challah; however, my track record for making it wasn’t great. It was actually pretty sad. I saw a posting for the Great Challah Bake sponsored by the Bensalem Outreach Center. I asked Melissa and she said she would love to go, too. She invited Stacey and the three of us went together.

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