Posted 11:44 AM 5/17/2013 by Stephanie Mckendrick - New Mexico Mom
Every parent of a child approaching the age of 10 begins to wonder when it’s okay to leave the child alone at home. It’s an individual decision, of course, based on the child’s maturity and degree of comfort with being left alone, but there is a universal consideration and steps (More)
Posted 9:18 AM 5/15/2013 by College Nannies & Tutors of CS
Through our one-on-one role model mentoring, a College Tutor will help your student avoid losing the progress of last year.
Families bristle at the idea of making children study over the summer, but the research is clear. The loss of learning over the summer is real and it is significant. (More)
Posted 11:56 PM 5/3/2013
When I was in high school, getting asked to the prom was a big enough deal on it's own! Today, boys are expected to come up with these elaborate You Tube worthy proposals. My marriage proposal wasn't as elaborate as these "promposals" as they are called are getting! This new trend actually says a (More)
Posted 11:35 PM 5/2/2013
We heard it a million times when we were kids "Kids today..." and then something derogatory. They told us how we didn't appreciate things and how sad that we weren't raised in the "good ol' days". But it seems teens today really are the generation that is taking the cake in the "kids today..." (More)
Posted 10:37 PM 4/30/2013
I remember as a child eating the vegetables from my grandparent's garden every spring! Well, today a lot of families are going back to that, even if it's a small garden with just a few things. Wouldn't it be a great way to get the kids more interested in eating veggies? Want to get started by (More)
Posted 11:32 PM 4/23/2013
When I was 12-years-old my friends all joined community theater; so I begged my parents to sign me up. Everyone was so excited to get their parts in the big Peter Pan production after try-outs had gone on for over a week. I couldn't sing or dance and I believed in the "there are no small parts" (More)
Posted 10:09 AM 4/22/2013 by Kristin Frerichs - Green Mom
1) Make a recycled animal for Earth Day! Learn about recycling by using egg cartons, plastic bottles, corks, bottle caps, grocery bags, or popsicle sticks to make caterpillars, fish, camels, birds and insects. All you need is some glue and a little imagination!
2) Visit the zoo! Go learn (More)
Posted 10:30 PM 3/15/2013
Kids can work up a real mess playing with all of their toys and dragging them throughout the house. But, your house doesn't have to look like a toy shop! Check out this helpful tips to help your little ones keep their toys in order.
Posted 1:33 PM 3/13/2013 by Gretchen Pressley, HSPPR
School project coming up? Maybe your child just needs something to do on the weekends or over break.
Or you might just have an avid little animal lover who wants to help out! Whatever the reason, if your (More)
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