Amy gives Momaha readers a glimpse into our life now with three sons instead of two.
Considering the nutritional value of each bite ingested for each kid just seems like a nice but unattainable ideal most days.
“So, I stand here, mouth agape, partly in horror, and receive the sacrament.”
Infertility affects 1 in 8 couples of childbearing age. Most suffer in silence. My wife and I, for instance, are one.
This month we have Grant’s golden 14th birthday, Ben’s 18th birthday and Zach’s big 21.
Remembering childhood passions can give spark to adults.
Author archive: Josie Loza
Oh, no. My child has a fever. Quick, call the doctor. Go to the ER.
Get out the medicines to bring the temperature down.
That’s what most parents have been taught to do when their child feels hot and feverish. But is that the best way to react?
In most cases, no, doctors now say.
Is Zephyr too wacky, Ophelia too tragic?
Most public story-time sessions are held during the day — and that just won’t do.
So momaha began one just for you.
The last Friday of the month momaha.com hosts its Evening Children’s Story Time at The Bookworm bookstore at Countryside Village, near 87th and Pacific Streets.
The next story time will be this Friday and will feature a special guest reader — a local meteorologist.
Toys”R”Us is asking customers to stop using a popular child seat.
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Pink eye. Eww. Conjunctivitis — which is commonly known as pink eye — has been going around my daughter’s school.
The Mommy Makeover Package includes: hair cut, $35; color, $120; style, $25; manicure, $28; pedicure, $50; makeup, $45; and hair products, $100. Total value: $403.
One psychologist says time outs are a damaging form of punishment similar to spanking.
Luckily, the baby is here and her name is not too insane!
Cabela’s, the Sidney, Neb.-based outdoor and hunting outfitter, will hold its Family Great Outdoors Day on May 3.
Eating lunch at school is not just about satiating hunger — it helps kids learn and is an important part of their nutrition intake for the day.
Yet despite new guidelines intended to reduce obesity and improve the healthiness of school lunches, eating at the school cafeteria can come with its own set of challenges, particularly if a la carte and fast-food options are available.
If your kids are eating school lunches, be sure to talk to them about their choices. And consider asking them to limit their weekly intake of certain foods — for example French fries — and make healthier options.
Squirrels, turtles and snowsuckers are among the hot topics in this 4-year-old’s report.
The Doctors reveal the answer to the age-old question of why our fingers get pruney during a long, luxurious bath.
Problem solving is a skill we all utilize day to day within our lives, but how did we learn it?
It’s not the easiest thing to teach; however, there are many ways in which we, as parents, can help our children become excellent problem solvers.
There are lots of ways to help teach problem solving to children. Here are our top four tips:
The most popular dad-turned-nanny comedy to hit the big screen is returning for a second movie.
Pete Hernandez shares footage and memories of Bruno’s childhood, including his first performance as an Elvis impersonator.
Shiloh Sanders explains how her mother’s death from lymphoma cancer in 2011 has inspired her book.
Now here’s a story that’ll make you tear up.
A mother was faced with an impossible choice when her car burst into flames inside a wildlife exhibit.
Second time around, you know more of what you’ll actually need — like these three great gadgets.