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Kicking Off Kindergarten

By Christa Melnyk Hines For many parents, kindergarten signals an important transition from the all-consuming baby and toddler years. Suddenly, your "baby" is expected to make more choices on her own, stay focused over a longer period of time, learn new skills and...

Stop Summer Brain Drain

By Janeen Lewis Summer is a magic time for kids, but according to the National Summer Learning Association, research shows that children experience learning losses when they do not engage in educational activities during the summer. How do you combat brain-drain...

Tips for College

By Kerrie McLoughlin Your family has survived the testing, the essays, the applications and the waiting game. Now it’s time to teach your college-bound child some important skills before they head out of the house and explore the world on their own. Here are some...

Day Tripping

By Judy M. Miller Are the kids restless? How about you? It might be time for a change in routine or scenery. Day trips are a wonderful and often inexpensive option to family vacations, and the possibilities are endless and abound everywhere, no matter where you live....

Parents Ask: Hydration

Q: Why is drinking water so important, especially during the summertime, and how much should we have? How can I encourage my family to drink more water? A: The human body is made up of 72% water. Water also composes 75% of your brain, 83% of your blood, 22% of your...

Raising Generation Z

By Kerrie McLoughlin Parenting Generation Z kids can certainly be a challenge. Why? Well, it was easy for my own parents to set limits on my landline telephone time. For parents these days, however, it can be a pain to make sure you’re tracking the right things your...

Dads Rock

By Christa Melnyk Hines Peruse the greeting card section around Father’s Day and you’ll find the shelves bursting with stereotypes about dads. While we may love to poke fun at his expense, we have more reasons to appreciate dear old Dad besides how handy he is with a...

A Place for Everyone

By Melanie Isaacs I was only five when my Uncle Brian passed away. He and my Uncle Billy, who died before I was born, had Duchenne muscular dystrophy. I do not remember the hardships they faced or the struggle my parents and grandparents had keeping them comfortable...

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