I am bothered by the way my 12-year-old granddaughter, Barbara, and her friends dress. They wear skimpy, low-cut tight tops, often exposing their cleavage and tummy area, with equally skimpy, tight shorts. I asked my daughter-in-law what she thought of Barbara’s style of dress, and she said, “What are you going to do? This is […]
It’s always tough if you have a picky eater at home, but the pandemic may be making it even worse. Here are some great ways you can make trying new foods fun!
Classrooms are going to look very different this year, so what is going to happen with field trips? Here are some ways you can keep field trips happening for your child in the comfort of your own home!
Being a parent is a tough job! You may feel like you want to be a certain type of parent for your kids, or that one type of parent is better than another. Check out these tips about types of parenting and how to be the best you can for your little ones!
Snagging a turn on the swings at school is the goal of many-a-playtime when you’re younger. The same goes for kid’s outdoor slides – they’re fast, fun, and give you a thrill. But which one is best? And why do children go again and again to these particular pieces of school playground equipment? Here we’ll […]
COVID-19 has made cleaning and sanitizing a priority. We have everything you need to know about detoxifying your home in the midst of coronavirus.
Oftentimes, the methods we use to get children to listen are ineffective and can actually encourage non-compliance. However, there are effective principals of positive discipline that when used properly and consistently can increase the likelihood that your child will listen to you and in the process, begin to build the self-control needed to face life’s […]
Jezra Kaye’s previous column provides great insight for white readers on the issue of race. Here is a look at some of the constructive discussions generated from it!