Guest Post By Scott Reddler Kids, cats and dogs. They often go together like peanut butter and jelly, school days and homework. Part of this important process of choosing whether or not to get our children their first pet, comes… Read More ›
Want to take a road trip to some of the most popular National Parks in the U.S.? Which ones are truly worth the visit? Upon research for my own family, here are ones I would love to visit with my… Read More ›
In honor of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) offers evidence-based tips for new caregivers to promote mental and physical health and well-being:
Whether you are a parent, an aunt, an uncle, a grandparent or a non-family member manager in a family owned business, a significant part of your job should be developing a high level of ambition in the next generation.
If you are planning on a road trip with your older children, there a a variety of ideas you can do to keep kids happy and sane throughout the trip.
Being active as a family can benefit everyone. Adults need at least two and a half hours a week of physical activity, and children need 60 minutes a day.
In what has become an annual tradition of family fitness for the South Lyon community, Footprints Fitness proudly presents its 3rd Annual Pint Sized Marathon.
March is National Nutrition Month, which is a time to shed some light on our food choices and how we can develop some sound eating and physical activity habits.
5 Family 4 Packs Available to Advanced Screening of “Gifted”-Metro Detroit (Livonia) #Giveaway Ends 3/25 #GiftedMovie
5 winners randomly selected will receive a 4 pack (you and 3 guests) to advanced screening of “Gifted” at the AMC Livonia on Tuesday, April 4th at 7:00pm.
Just like staying active doesn’t have to mean enduring hours in the cold, being indoors in the winter doesn’t have to mean switching into hibernation-mode. In fact, playing inside has been proven to increase creativity in children and, in most cases, lowers the risk for injury.