“Mom, what’s a lesbian? … Someone at school called me one, and I want to know what it is.”
It’s time to dust off those shelves that never see a dust rag, clean out those kitchen cabinets and my clothes closet.
Gone are the days and the rule that says you can’t wear white until after Memorial Day.
Get inspired to take part in April Acts of Kindness Month.
I’m tired. I’m large. I’m sick and tired of being large.
My daughter just can’t seem to get the concept. She is constantly having accidents and it is a fight to just get her on the potty.
I remember being disappointed and discouraged because I was the only one headed into work when I too wanted to be at home with my baby.
“Breadwinner moms” are at a new peak, according to the Pew Research Social & Demographic Trends.
Single or married moms in 40 percent of households provide the primary income.
If you’ve enjoyed being a stay at home mom, but are ready to also contribute financially, use your “mom skills” to find a satisfying, well-paying job, such as these five…
Couple finds super-secret room in their 90-year-old midtown Omaha house.
Uh, yeah! I don’t know about you, but I’m 32 and still won’t drive my vehicle through a car wash. Poor, baby.
Here’s a really big listing of things to do in Omaha…
If you’re looking for a really unusual name, you might not have to look any further than your nearest library.
Parents, especially those with newborns, will appreciate this piece.
Let’s just launch right into things.
Rome wasn’t built in a day.
You won’t instantly know everything there is to know about your baby. You’ll learn as you go. This is a big change! You came out of the hospital with an entire extra person to add to your family.
Just like meeting a new co-worker, you have to hang out with them a little and get to know them.
“Learning German? When am I ever going to use that in a job?!”
As a young language geek, that’s the kind of refrain I heard regularly in my high school German classes. And it’s an attitude that’s often reflected by parents, teachers, politicians and the community at large.
We’ve come to think of education in narrow, often utilitarian terms and — as such — we’re in danger of ignoring some of the most important learning opportunities there are.
Here are some examples that involve the youngest (and probably most important) group of learners: kids.
Target: Sandhill Crane migration. Destination: Kearney.
Understanding math begins with a solid exploration of your child’s world around them. By creatively playing with your child through their dominant learning sense, you will ensure that their mathematical base is solid and understood.
Tactile children like to help so make the most of everyday activities such as tidying up. Rather than putting toys in the same place and the same way, mix it up and have it be a learning experience. For example, today you may ask them to put all the trucks in one basket, or all the red dresses together and tomorrow the cars go in the basket and blue items get placed together.
Even mundane things like tidying the shoes can be a learning experience.
Turn your attention to household hazards such as cleaning products, cosmetics and hygiene products.
Announce your baby’s arrival or first birthday or share an adorable baby snapshot in the World-Herald’s Babies! special section.
“Groundhog Day” is a day in my life with my 5-year-old daughter.
A perfect activity to try with the kiddos any time is cooking.
Celebrate Arbor Day and Earth Day by planting a seed.
An effort to help the family of a 5-month-old Missouri boy with cancer has inspired thousands of people across the U.S. and even abroad to take a plunge into cold bodies of water.
It’s OK. You can say it with me… “AWWWWW”.
“Her spirit, her optimism, her strength – it radiated out of her,” her husband Max Joice said in the video below.
Martha creates shiny Easter egg decorations using liquid leaf and glitter.
TBT: The wave of nostalgic photos and embarrassing moments that flood social media every Thursday.