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Comic Book Heroes Lift Spirits, Fight Grime at Children’s Hospital by Kim Wolinski, MSW "Dr. DeClutter" Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 01 Jul 2013 8:00am Superheroes are not a dime a dozen, and we could all use one now and again. These guys get massive kudos for suiting up for sick kids. Wow. I was in tears when I saw these photos, video and story. The patients at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh were barely awake Monday morning when the first ropes unfurled from the roof 12 floors u ... Read on »
Five Ways for Parents to Teach Children the True Spirit of the Holidays by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 16 Dec 2009 6:15am NOTE FROM SUSAN: This article comes courtesy of World Vision, a Christian humanitarian charity organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. The holidays are an especially good time for teaching our children about giving, ... Read on »
Tips to Teach Children & Teens the True Spirit of the Holidays by Alyson .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Dec 2011 5:02pm There is no a better time of the year than the winter holiday season to involve children and teenagers in charitable giving and teach them why the old adage, “It is better to give than to receive,”... This is only part of the story....come see us and find out the whole tamale! Read on »
Help A Child For Christmas In The Spirit Of The Holidays by strachey Posted Mon 10 Dec 2012 1:07am Many individuals contribute to children's donations often, and what could be more appropriate than choosing to sponsor a child for Christmas, especially one in an underprivileged country cheap Bears jerseys? There are so many young children in need this is always a great choice. During the holidays it is keeping with the spirit of the holidays ... Read on »
Spirited Child by Nurse Lochia .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 9:46pm One of the many good things about maternity leave is that I've been able to go to church. When I work Sat. nights, I just can't stay awake to go to the service at 11am. I'm just too exhausted and I figure God understands. But I do miss it. Last Sunday, a family had their baby baptized and their almost 3 year old son was running all over the s ... Read on »
My "Spirited" Child by tamircasper Posted Wed 11 Mar 2009 12:00am Ok, Holly, here goes. Most important of all, examine the way you describe your toddler. The "wild child" who is "stubborn," "exhausting," and a "crybaby" is also a spirited child who is persistent, energetic, and sensitive — all traits that are admired in adults. Use positive labels when discussing your child with relatives and teach ... Read on »
Fits to a "T" by Ashley H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Jun 2013 8:41pm Declan is the most hilarious, sweet and adorable kid I know. He is also, hands down, the most difficult kid I know. We are so keenly aware of this. Fortunately, I found a book when he was younger called Raising Your Spirited Child. Fireworks filled the sky...we are not alone! What's a spirited child? "The word that distinguishes spirited child ... Read on »
Village kids show their team spirit by Pedro M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:07am Village kids show their team spirit Originally uploaded by natavillage. Were so happy to discover that teachers from the United States have found our blog and are using it as an educational tool.  So today we want to say hello to all the students and teachers who are reading the blog.  Weve read some of the blogs that the students have w ... Read on »
The Triathlete Spirit--This Kid Rocks by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 5:40pm I don't currently have time to do a proper report on the MS150, but I saw this little dude (who has already raised $8400 to fight MS) and wanted to share his story with you rather than maintain radio silence. Even at 10, this guy embodies the triathlete spirit that we see in our blogger friends who use their own health to fight diseases like c ... Read on »
Tend not to reside in the cisco kid involving D3 items except about the spirit by d3goldsalehe Posted Fri 07 Dec 2012 2:03am   Tend not to reside in the cisco kid involving D3 PowerLeveling previous. Create every single day as a brand new morning, lifespan can become fantastic. You miss each other often, such as the rain recently. But I feel in the fantasy and don't wish to get up. Occasion is much like the robber. This individual incorporates zero appears, however, you ... Read on »