Grow that Grandparent-Grandchild relationship with a road trip! Read up on all of these tips to help plan the best trip ever.
Summer is a fun time for everyone, but it’s also a time of year when kids are more likely to receive injuries. Children are exploratory by nature.
My husband and I have three wonderful grandchildren, ages 7, 9, and 11. Their parents are our son, Louis, and our daughter-in-law, Christine.
Our kids learn about themselves through interacting with other people and the world around them. The most effective vehicle for learning is play.
It might be a rite of passage to crack a tooth on the monkey bars, but there are some dental problems that you shouldn’t ignore or accept as childhood milestones. Here are just a few signs that something more serious is going on with your kid’s teeth.
While there may still be snow in the forecast, as the winter begins to wind down, cookout invites will start pouring in. You can look forward to chatting with your friends in the sun and watching your kids run around, but you might not get excited about deciding what cookout food to bring along. Packing another bag of potato chips to share is a tempting solution, but why not find a creative and fun treat to add to the table? Check out these five alternative cookout foods to make this spring.
You can face the questions of “which supplies to buy” and “what supplies your child really needs” with confidence. Here are some back to school tips and tricks to help start your student off to a successful year.
Look, siblings are like roommates who never chose each other. Sometimes it will be cool, other times not so cool.
As for the “stay-out-of-it-or-get-into-it” – As I always say, you are there to mentor. If your kids are fighting they need help, so help them.