The Cedar Point season ends soon. Enter here to win tickets for any remaining weekend, including Halloweekends! We’ll choose a winner every 3 days!
Spaghetti requires much attention. So many noodles, so much slurping! It takes a while, eating a plate of it. So why not spend that very attentive time and get a read in, as well? Spaghetti Warehouse Toledo presents ‘Chow Down and Read’, a special opportunity for kids to participate in a circulating library. Every Tuesday,
Chicco is striving to educate parents about the importance of keeping kids rear-facing for as long as possible through its TurnAfter2™ campaign, a national movement that asks parents to share photos of their children riding rear-facing in the car and using #TurnAfter2 in the captions.
Like the ever-elusive moment of peace and clarity, the ephemeral existence of this adult sanctuary comprises the raison we take vacations—to enjoy.
Beat the heat for only $4—see a film and get an AMC KidsPack, which includes popcorn, a drink and fruit snacks. We’ve a complete list of the films listed below. Check them out! Thanks AMC!
‘Highlights’ offers its 10th Kids Survey. As parents, it is essential that we look beyond what our children are “saying” to what they are “feeling”. Children are tangible. They connect feelings with people, places, things: the concrete. Stages of cognitive development in children don’t always allow for them be able to express abstractly or conceptually how something affects them. But they are certainly developing awarenesses along the way, and we can help.
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Kids love videos— the sillier the better. And it’s a rare parent who hasn’t used them to secure a little quiet time. Today YouTube is, by far, the largest source of videos of all kinds. When they created an app for children in 2015, many parents assumed the content would be carefully curated and reliably child-friendly.
By Karla Akins 5:30 AM on a Monday morning. I fumble with the keyless entry to my bedroom door after unloading the dryer. I plop the basket of clean clothes on the bed and remember I left my cell phone in my office. I’m late, as usual. I punch the code into another locked door and