Learn how you can wear white this winter.
Consequences may or may not put son on track
“Not every homemade Christmas ornament is display-worthy. You know it and I know it.”
Many of us spend far too much on Christmas. Keep two things in mind…
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I don’t have the world’s best restraint. What do you recommend?
Tag Archives: children
Explore the values within yourself and letting your children do the same.
We’re dealing with growing pains at our house recently.
So I had a date night with my daughter.
Another controversial Time cover, this one showcases a childless couple relaxing on a beach with no cares in the world.
The greatest risk to our children surprisingly comes from friends and family.
Is that really any of your business?
Do all moms get to a point in their lives when they think, “How did I get here?”
Boys are easier, people tell me, but I’m up for the challenge.
This weekend is filled with lots of activities to keep you warm and active!
Check out some of them below:
Help raise awareness of lung cancer at Saturday’s Free to Breathe 5K Walk/Run.
Participate in Skinny Bones Adventure 5K Mud Run on Saturday to benefit the American Cancer Society Relay For Life.
My 4-year-old asked a pregnant cashier if she was going to have a baby out of her vagina or belly?
It seems as though teachers are forced to keep the kids in the classroom and off the playground.
Sitters have had to step up their skills — by taking baby sitting training, CPR, first-aid and safety courses — to make themselves more marketable.
Several schools, churches and community centers encourage such training. In fact, Westside Church plans to offer a baby sitter seminar on Oct. 6. The session will address the challenges of a baby sitter and concerns parents might when hiring one.
So what do parents look for in a sitter?
Find a few basic questions you should ask when hiring one.
Fewer junk foods in school could lead to thinner students.
Let’s not thumb our noses at parents who believe differently than we do. We all do what works best for our children.
Once a parent, always a parent. But, there are different stages along the way.