From the stress of active duty to missing important milestones in a child’s life due to deployment, it can be difficult to balance service expectations with parenting practices. Service changes everyone, and this is especially noticeable within one’s own home, amongst family and loved ones, who continue to grow and change whether someone is present or not.
When you have kids, it can feel as if your life is a constant whirlwind of clothes. From getting the first pair of booties at your baby shower to helping your kids pack for college, your kids’ clothes take a lot of your time and attention.
According to federal law, bus drivers must have a commercial driver’s license.
Just in time for Father’s Day! Chris Pegula introduces his new book Diaper Dude – The Ultimate Dad’s Guide to Surviving the First Two Years.
Are you aware of the symptoms and dangers of Carbon Monoxide! Believe it or not, it is a silent killer.
A Blind Guide to Normal is a companion sequel to Vrabel’s A Blind Guide to Stinkville that we shared as a review last December in 2015. Vrabel does a great job once again to share a middle school fiction for young readers ages 8-12, that even my 15-year old also enjoys. Her new book intertwines characters from the previous companion.
Sometimes parenthood can feel like a rollercoaster of anxiety – after all, there are so many things that can go wrong in the course of a day, especially when our kids are away at school or out with friends. Danger from our highways is one of these risks, and in this case, our fears are well-grounded: car accidents are the number one cause of death of both children and adults in the US today.
Summer is here and it’s time to get out and have some fun whether in our own backyard or traveling to a resort destination.
Summer is the “perfect time” to travel when the kiddos are out of school. The weather is warm and everyone is so ready to vacation.