Three and a half year-old Aashish, a male Indian Rhinoceros, arrived Thursday, May 17, to The Toledo Zoo’s Tembo Trail. Much younger and significantly more active than the other rhino’s the zoo’s housed in the past, Aashish will be a very welcome resident, and an enormous wonder of a beast.
As a pregnant woman, it’s hard to miss the new safe sleep recommendations for infants; signs are plastered in OB offices, Labor and Delivery wings, and pediatric centers. Hospitals require new moms to watch a video on safe sleeping practices before they head home. Following the ABCs— Alone, on Back, in a Crib—drastically reduces the
After my husband Jim lost his courageous battle to cancer three years ago, I have been asked many times how our three children, now ages 10, 14, and 17, and I have handled the holidays. Quite simply, the same way we’ve tackled every other aspect of our journey: by doing what is best for our
At some point, you’ve probably uttered the phrase “It takes a village!” when welcoming help while raising your children. In today’s world, though, the “village” extends beyond immediate family and friends to include a “virtual” community, thanks to social media. Parents easily access groups online; we’re all just a click or comment away from connecting
Sleep is vital for children’s overall health and development. That’s why it’s important that children develop good sleep habits, right from the start. Between schoolwork, sports and other activities, many children don’t get enough sleep. Sleep is just as important to your children’s development and well-being as nutrition and physical activity. The amount and quality
So there you are, it’s been a year since you’ve seen most of your family and your Grandma just asked you to pass the butter. You would love to but you are currently using the butter knife to pretend to cut through that awkward tension in the room from your opinionated uncle who just talked