[Parentsgroup-list] SUBLET AVAILABLE FOR JULY?

Daniela Augusta Pittman dpittman at fas.harvard.edu
Tue Mar 23 08:13:02 EDT 2010


Dear Parents,

I am having a baby in July and my parents would like to come spend the month of
July with me. Do you know of anybody who would be willing to sublet their
apartment during this Summer month?

Ideally, they would like to be as close to me as possible(Bowdoin/Linnean St or
anywhere walking distance from Porter/Harvard sq.

Please email me at: dpittman at fas.harvard.edu
Thanks so much!!
Daniela


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> Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2010 19:15:13 -0400
> From: Maryann Shenoda <mshenoda at fas.harvard.edu>
> Subject: [Parentsgroup-list] parks etc.
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> Dear parents,
> Our son's second birthday is coming up and we'd like to have a part
> for him at a park in Cambridge.  Can anybody recommend a good park for
> such an occasion?  Also, do I have to reserve the space prior to the
> party?  Finally, what are some alternatives to a park?  Any indoor
> options in case it rains?
> thanks so much,
> Maryann Shenoda
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> Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2010 20:03:02 -0400
> From: Brett Huggett <bhuggett at oeb.harvard.edu>
> Subject: [Parentsgroup-list] food ideas for toddlers...
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> Hello Everyone,
>
> We would like to add some more variety to our daughter's diet.  Do any of
> you have some creative and favorite food ideas for toddlers in terms of
> snacks and/or meals?
>
> Thanks,
> Brett
>
>
> --
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> Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 04:39:45 -0400
> From: "Erica J.H. Kraus" <erica.j.h.kraus at gmail.com>
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> Hi Everyone,
>
> We're relocating, so our son's wonderful nanny is available beginning this
> summer. She's been taking care of my son in her home since September when he
> was 9 months old and has been just extraordinary. He loves her and has
> really blossomed; she's been fantastic in helping him adjust to being away
> from me during the day, become more comfortable around other children and in
> new situations, nap consistently, and communicate with increasing clarity.
> Her background as a teacher shows, as she is always teaching him new skills.
> She's been incredibly flexible with my sometimes crazy student schedule and
> totally responsive to my direction for my son. Her home is a great
> environment, with tons of books and toys and a dedicated playroom and space
> for my son to sleep separately. It's also right up the hill from the Victory
> Field playground and walking distance from the Watertown Library, so they're
> out and about all the time. She has a very friendly, outgoing 13 month old
> daughter who's been great for my son; she grins at him every time I drop him
> off and is always raring to interact, which has made a world of difference
> for my son's comfort level around other children. I've pasted some
> information from her below, along with her email address, so you can contact
> her directly if you're interested. I'm also happy to answer any questions or
> talk further - the best way to reach me is erica.j.h.kraus at gmail.com.
>
> Thanks and best,
> Erica
>
> About Lisa:
> Stay at home mom/former teacher available to care for a toddler full time in
> my home in Watertown beginning in May.  I am available 30-40 hrs/week, and
> can provide excellent references.  I have access to many parks, beaches and
> pools.  I am very active and love going to libraries and museums.  I have a
> 13 month old daughter who is very active and friendly.
> Email: lisa.j.whittier at gmail.com
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> > Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2010 12:59:12 -0400
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> > Subject: Re: [Parentsgroup-list] Second request: GSAS Parents' Group
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> > I'd be interested in co-chairing - what exactly is involved?
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> > Debra
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> > On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 2:13 PM, Susannah Rose <rose at fas.harvard.edu>
> > wrote:
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> > > Dear GSAS Parents:
> > > I sent the email below a few weeks ago, but have not heard from anyone.
> > > Please
> > > let me know if you are interested -- even in co-chairing the group next
> > > year. I
> > > am nearing the end of my time here at Harvard, and I would really like to
> > > see
> > > the group continue after I leave -- we have over 400 members!
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> > > Thanks everyone, and enjoy your break!
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> > > Hello everyone,
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> > > My name is Susannah Rose, and I have served as the chair of the GSAS
> > > Parents'
> > > Group for the past two years. However, given that I am in the midst of
> > > finishing my degree, and due to some personal reasons, I need to pass the
> > > leadership to a new person.
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> > > In the past, the leadership has been based upon who volunteers; if more
> > > than one
> > > person is interested now, the position can be split into two positions
> > > (co-chairs), and/or we can hold elections. In fact, I think that much
> > more
> > > can
> > > be done with the group if multiple people assume leadership positions.
> > >
> > > This is a good opportunity to meet people, to help people and to learn
> > more
> > > about the Harvard system. Please let me know if you are interested - I am
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> > > Best,
> > > Susannah
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> Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 09:47:42 -0400
> From: Susannah Rose <rose at fas.harvard.edu>
> Subject: Re: [Parentsgroup-list] parks etc.
> To: Maryann Shenoda <mshenoda at fas.harvard.edu>
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> Maryann,
> I have seen many people host parties at public parks for their young children
> --
> given that we all live in such small apartments, this is really one of the
> only
> low-cost options available.
>
> To my knowledge, people usually just arrive early to the park, secure a
> couple
> tables, and set-up their food, etc. I am not aware of ways to reserve tables
> at
> the children's parks in Cambridge.
>
> One thing I do have to say about this, however, is that there are often
> children
> at the park who are not part of the party. And, young children often do not
> understand why they do not get a piece of cake, snacks, etc. Therefore, you
> might want to a) choose a time where few other people will be using the park,
> and b) bring extra food for other children (as long as the their parents
> consent to giving them food).
>
> The Natural History Museum at Harvard might still rent out rooms for
> children's
> parties. I am sure that other people have other ideas?
>
> Other options seemed pricey that last time I checked (the Boston Aquarium,
> Chucky Cheese).
> Best,
> Susannah
>
>
> Quoting Maryann Shenoda <mshenoda at fas.harvard.edu>:
>
> > Dear parents,
> > Our son's second birthday is coming up and we'd like to have a part
> > for him at a park in Cambridge.  Can anybody recommend a good park for
> > such an occasion?  Also, do I have to reserve the space prior to the
> > party?  Finally, what are some alternatives to a park?  Any indoor
> > options in case it rains?
> > thanks so much,
> > Maryann Shenoda
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