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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 22, 2023

Join Rachel and Claire as they sort the fact from the fiction, redefine what matters most, and equip parents with the confidence to provide the experiences their children need to thrive now and in the future.

Get parenting advice from Rachel and Claire! You can leave them a voicemail by calling 617-673-8881 and your...

Nov 30, 2023

Did you have a favorite book as a child? Perhaps you remember reading with a loved one or special teacher.

In this episode of Teach. Play. Love., Rachel and Claire discuss why reading to your child is so important and how to make story time a memorable bonding and learning experience.

Do you need help picking out books...

Oct 26, 2023

In this episode of Teach. Play. Love., explore the advantages of grandparent and extended family support, and learn how to overcome common challenges.

Grandparents and other extended family members have the remarkable ability to bring joy to a child's life. When grandparents are actively involved in their grandchild's...

Sep 26, 2023

Listen to this episode of Teach. Play. Love., to learn why play is one of the most important things a child can do each day and get advice on how to have fun playing with your kids.

Play allows children to experiment with concepts and ideas to make sense of the world around them. Setting aside time each day to play with...

Aug 25, 2023

Whether you’re preparing for a new baby, answering complicated questions, or encountering defiance from a toddler, it’s important to give yourself grace.

Guiding your children through these moments will not only help them build resilience and understanding, but will ensure they know you’re there for them no matter...