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Confused by all the parenting resources? Looking for the definitive voice? Let our experts cut through the noise. Subscribe to the Bright Horizons® podcast, "Teach. Play. Love. Parenting Advice for the Early Years." Listen as parents and early childhood educators come together to cull the competing advice, separate fact from fiction, and focus on what does – and doesn’t – matter during these early years. Be more confident, have less worry…and let Bright Horizons help make parenting the joy it was meant to be.

Dec 15, 2020

“Am I doing this right?” 
“How will my child turn out?” 
Overwhelming, isn’t it?  

Join Rachel Robertson and Ruth Fidino — early education experts and parenting veterans — who say that parenting doesn’t have to be perfect to be successful. There are so many ways to be a good parent, and...

Nov 30, 2020

Your child’s brain is hardwired to categorize things — so they’re going to notice and ask about differences. The question is: how should you respond? Join early childhood experts Rachel Robertson and Melanie Brooks to find out how to explore race with your child in a sensitive, positive manner. Plus, learn how to...

Oct 27, 2020

Building secure, social attachments…during a pandemic? None of us have trained for this. But it is possible to help your child stay connected with others, even while staying apart. Get ideas that will boost social-emotional development for little ones through elementary schoolers

Sep 30, 2020

School has started, but it’s far from what we’re all used to. Are you scrambling to create a remote learning environment that will make things easier on you and your child? Our early childhood experts Rachel Robertson and Ruth Fidino have ideas that can help. Tune in to hear how to set up a...

Sep 23, 2020

Remote learning, a hybrid model, or fully in-person, no matter how your school district decided to start the academic year, it’s sure to look and feel different than you and your child expected.  And, on top of that, no one knows what’s coming next.  Hear from Rachel Robertson, education and development...