Articles tagged with: family
By Jane Whitney
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or just the holiday season, I can’t help wondering if our fast-paced lives are causing kids and parents alike to lose the focus and real message of …
Funny how things happen in my life that sometimes mirror my blog. It’s always fun to share personal stories, but even better when they complement my current topic. This week I was working at a …
For as long as I can remember, I have loved birthdays, specifically my birthday! There were years that I proclaimed it a National Holiday, and not only would I have a birthday DAY, but there …
Infographic on how parents are using Facebook to spy on their kids and why
While we waited for the food to be prepared, we were able to visit with several members of the circus, including Andre McClain, America’s Favorite Cowboy and his fiance Danielle Diamboli, who is a dancer and a snake charmer originally from Brazil. They are pictured here with Maggie. We also met George Caceres of The Flying Caceres. He is a third generation performer and trapeze artist.
Single Parent Advocate kicks-off its back to school supply drive to help single parent families get ready for the upcoming school year. Donors are needed to help meet the growing need for school clothing and supplies.
Donations of cash and school supplies are needed. There are a number of designated collection points in various parts of the city.
I decided to make an unexpected 4th of July post today about hotdogs and hotdog buns. It came as a result of a revelation to my son this past weekend.
I have mentioned numerous times …
Stay hydrated- water is tough many times as kids prefer the sweet drinks, try taking a pitcher of water and adding their favorite fruit (berries, limes, lemons) and let the fruit sit in the pitcher. The flavor of the fruit will make the water a bit sweet and keep them hydrated with the good stuff.
We love Hawaiian Falls, they offer great family-fun and a very family-focused environment. This is a great water park for families with younger children.
The inside of a woman’s handbag often tells a lot about her. Does she have kids, is she into fashion, and of course, is she organized? Just think about the impression you might make at a job interview with a cluttered purse. A disorganized purse might mean a chaotic personal and professional life too… not great for landing the job.