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The Rose Garden – Parenting as a Practice

Judy-Frizlen-Buffalo-NYJudith Frizlen, founder/executive director, and parent-toddler program teacher at the Rose Garden Early Childhood Center invites new parents to attend a lecture designed to enhance the parent-child bond by simply strengthening the early educational opportunities of parenting.

To some, raising kids is as easy as it comes. To others, it can be a bit challenge finding the optimum life balances that allow for smooth parenting practices. Judith is a master when it comes to identifying teachable moments at home, in school, and wherever else daily life leads.

The lecture is open to anyone who wants to further develop the parent-child bond, while exploring ways to enhance the lives of children in thoughtful organic measures. Judy is the author of Words for Parents in Small Doses – a book that features insightful ways that parents can “nurture” and “inspire” their young ones through parenting/teaching.

If you are interested in learning more about Judith’s “teaching though parenting” practices, be sure to attend her upcoming lecture and open house – Thursday, November 5 (7PM) at the Rose Garden Early Childhood Center – 257 Lafayette Ave, Buffalo, New York 14213. Click here to visit the Facebook event page, and to register for the lecture.

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