Is your little one shy and worried about not making friends or fitting in with new classmates? These tips can help ease even the most hesitant child into the school year.
With back-to-school around the corner, we don't want our kids to stand out like a sore thumbs. Here's a quick peek at what's trending for the upcoming school year.
Following some friend requests, and just aiming at sharing information in case someone finds it useful, I finally created a blog with ideas about maternity and children: games, baby science, useful purchases, travels..
Four-year-old cancer patient McKenna May of Haskins, Ohio, was granted her wish for a Disney World trip by the Make-a-Wish Foundation, but her father nixed it and refused to sign the required approval.
Funny how so many little things in our children's lives can turn into money lessons that will last a lifetime! When my daughter came home from camp with grand visions of her next adventure I was happy to see it turn into a money lesson as well.
It was a typical family weekend for one family in Indiana. 33-year-old Michael Payless brought his gun to a home he was renovating in Salem. While watching TV with two of his children, his three-year-old son found the loaded gun and it accidentally discharged, killing Michael. No one else was hurt.
We would rather hear our kids laughing and celebrating happily than fighting and crying. Here's how you can transform sibling rivalry to sibling revelry!
Kids are just like adults. When they really, really want something it can motivate them to do amazing things.
Does kindergarten lead to a life of crime? According to one legislator, the answer is yes. No matter what side of the political aisle you're on, this is the kind of story that will likely leave you shaking your head.
July 2 is National "I Forgot" Day. It's intended as a day to remember those events you somehow spaced out, such as birthday cards and anniversary wishes. For those of us around children, the term "I forgot" takes you down a different road. Kids can get pretty creative with the excuses they offer.