Tag Archives : Father’s Day

A Father's Day Tribute

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In my Daddy’s Arms by Susan Dennis IBCLC Lactation Consultant Where else will I find comfort but in my Daddy’s arms. His heartbeat and his breathing settle me when I’m alarmed I know his voice is different now than in my mommy’s womb; But oddly it sounds better now that I can see him too!   Who else will play…

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Preemie in Good Hands as Father's Day Nears

If you cup your hands together and look down, that’s the size Boston Zacharias Romero was when he was born at Tucson Medical Center in mid-February at 27 weeks. He weighed one pound, 7 ounces. It was a frightening time for the Romero family, especially since little Boston’s lungs collapsed two times. “We were all very scared and worried,” recalled…

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Tohono O'odham Cultural Expert Shares Thoughts on 'Fathers Read'

Bernard Siquieros, the curator of education for the Tohono O’odham Nation Cultural Center and Museum, kicked off a reading series on Wednesday that leads up to Father’s Day that celebrates men’s engagement in children’s learning. He took a moment to answer a few questions about education and literacy.  What was your favorite book as a youngster? It was a Dr.…

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'Daddy, Read to Me' Photo Contest

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The animated voices, the funny faces, and the tender moments – reading with Dad (or Grandpa, Uncle or big brother) is the best! Capture that moment and enter our Daddy, Read to Me Photo contests. We’re actually running two contests! ‘Sweetest Moment’ and ‘Catch Us Reading’ 1. Sweetest Moment – Daddy, Read to Me  Capture the tenderness of reading aloud…

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