Parashat Noah has SO much for children. Building! Animals! Rainbows! Boats! And an entirely terrifying story about the destruction of almost the entire world. So let's focus on the positive. I've gathered together a few adorable and ...

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  1. Parashat Noah: Crafts, Snacks and Activities
  2. Bereshit: Sibling Rivalry
  3. Has It Really Been Seven Years?!
  4. Women's Work
  5. This probably isn't legal in America
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Parashat Noah: Crafts, Snacks and Activities

Parashat Noah has SO much for children. Building! Animals! Rainbows! Boats!

And an entirely terrifying story about the destruction of almost the entire world.


So let's focus on the positive....

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Bereshit: Sibling Rivalry

The first in a series, Parshah and Parenting: A Weekly Exploration. Join me each week!


Bereshit is the first parashah of the Torah. We look to it for the how and why of creation, the first...

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Has It Really Been Seven Years?!

Seven years and two children later, I'm getting ready to reclaim Imashalom as a solo blog.
Watch this space for new content in the coming year, including a weekly parshah & parenting series.
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Women's Work

So I've been working on a book chapter about Fordism/Taylorism (as in, the assimilation of immigrants through assembly line labor in America) and labor poets. So I've been thinking a lot about 1....

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This probably isn't legal in America

I love, love this wildly verbal stage my nearly-three-year-old daughter is in.
But it’s sometimes pretty weird. Like the time she asked me, “do you know how much I love you, Ima?” No, how...

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