Mention being the parent of a
young adolescent and other adults may roll their eyes and
express their sympathy.
Packing a healthy lunch for your
kids might be easy for you, but it might be a struggle for you
to get them to eat it! Writer Paula Chase-Hyman offers some
tips to end the lunchbox wars!
The secret to having kids look
forward to spending time with mom and dad lies in treating
teens as if they are already adults.
A recent report indicates that more and more children are overweight. Obesity in children has risen to 14 percent compared with 4 percent in 1963. Here are some healthy lunch ideas to keep your kids in tip top shape!
If you plan meals ahead using sale items, keep track of your inventory, use shopping lists, shop for bargains, cook meals ahead, and collect easy frugal recipes, you can save a substantial amount of money.
As a parent or an educator, there aren't too many things more distressing than hearing a child say, "I don't want to go to school. My teacher is so mean!" We don't want to see our children in pain, especially when it's caused by someone we need to trust for their emotional and mental well-being on a daily basis. So, what can you say or do when your child comes home from school and complains about their teacher?
We love to get our kids involved in the kitchen and make some memories along with these yummy cookies.
Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman is no stranger to
the awards circuit with an Emmy, an Obie, a Golden Globe, an
Independent Spirit Award, and two Screen Actors Guild awards on
her mantle...not to mention...