If you have kids, you already know that there can never be enough storage options. Whether you have one kid, two or more, kids take up space from their infant years on. It can be difficult to maintain a tidy and organized household with toys lying around, clothes piling up and shoes always in the […]
Dear Dr. Gramma Karen, The family issues I have shared with you over the past few years continue. My six-year-old son has two chronic illnesses, so he can’t eat what everyone else can eat. Therefore he picked his birthday party location to be at my mom’s office so he could role-play being at work. We […]
Childhood is supposed to be about kids learning to explore their environment and figuring out how to react to the world. School can be a good tool for this, but like as not, school is relegated to learning how to stand in line and how to take and pass tests. There isn’t much room for […]
Dr. Gramma Karen is on holiday and will return on January 9, 2018. She wishes all her readers and their families and friends a 2018 that is filled with good health, love, and joy. This guest post, first posted February 6, 2017 by Donne Davis, is by Sandra Beckwith, author of Your Life as a […]
For most, a productive environment is one that is free from harmful distractions, organized, quiet and comfortable. Starting early in your child’s education to establish good work habits is vital for children to succeed in higher education and as future professionals.
Believe it or not, it’s time to make summer plans. If you have a second-grader, it’s time to consider sleep-away camp. Eight is the perfect age to begin overnight camp.
My wife Teenie is the matriarch (Wizard) of our family, a role at which she is unbelievably good!
A boost in your child’s immune system may help reduce sicknesses or at least the duration time and is beneficial all year round. Consider adding these 5 foods to your child’s diet to boost their immune system