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Expo Kid 3 : Activities For Summer For The Kids by pehpot Posted Wed 16 Mar 2011 7:38pm Lazy summer days are definitely not for kids. Wondering how to make it their best school break ever? Here are some fun under the sun ideas that make for great material to next school year’s “How I spent my summer vacation” essay: Camping. Discovering the great big outdoors is the best way for your kids to appreciate the beauty and benef ... Read on »
Mommy Tips for MORE Than Just Surviving Summer With Your Kids! by Kiwi Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Jul 2008 12:00am Regardless if your children are tots, tweens or in-be-tweens, summer can truly be the time of the year where great family memories can be made. A welcome change in routine, lazy mornings to snuggle, trips to the beach, visiting relatives and extra quality family time are true gifts. But sometimes, too much extra time to enjoy each other, mix ... Read on »
Exercising this summer with your kids by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Jun 2010 4:45am I can’t take credit for some of my best ideas on this blog (like Today). I have my family, friends, and neighbors to thank for that. This Idea came from my sister in law . Last Sunday we were at her house when I noticed a chart on her wall for tracking push-ups and sit-ups. So, I had her give me all the details. These are her words: I’ ... Read on »
Summer kids by Christina Molin Posted Wed 04 Jul 2012 12:00am Read on »
It’s summer…The kids are out of school! Day care panic! by Cascia T. Posted Wed 08 May 2013 1:35pm By Teresa Taylor What do you mean they aren’t going to be in school all day! Day care failure: three words that panic any working mother. We work to split ourselves from our maternal... Click on the title above to read more Read on »
FREE Summer Activities for Kids and Families by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 10:11pm Today’s column is by Cheryl Maguire, a mother of three and founder of SwapSavers, a social network for frugal folks who love freebies, coupons and rewards. Cheryl is also a writer who contributed to It’s Twins! Parent-to-Parent Advice from Infancy Through Adolescence. Thank you, Cheryl, for these great resources for free entertainment for the ki ... Read on »
Looks LIke Summer is Over -- at least for most of the kids by maeflye Posted Tue 07 Sep 2010 5:07am This year we have 6 kids in H.S. (if you count Salinda who is going to enroll in GED classes). Five of them go back to school this morning. yes, yes indeed. We made it through one more summer. While this has been probably our calmest summer ever, my kids have never been lazier and have gotten very lax in their habits. Probably not as lax as ... Read on »
Summer Safety for Kids by Dr. Charlotte Thompson Medical Doctor Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 3:34pm Many parents dread summer because of having to find ways to keep their kids occupied and safe.  Emergency rooms see far too many kids as a result of accidents, burns, or beach and pool accidents with near-drownings. Laura Wright sent me a good list of ways to keep kids occupied and asked me to share it. I am sure it will be helpful to ma ... Read on »
Fun Summer Activities for Kids by Elizabeth .. Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 10:34pm Summer’s here and kids are all home from school so what’s that phrase you are about to wish your kids never learned? “ Mooommm, I’m bored. What can we do?” Yes, moms and dads…you’ve entered the land of no return. See you can’t send them back to school and you can’t pawn them off on the neighbor because they are all dealing with the same thing. ... Read on »
Summer Safety for Kids by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 11:59am Ross Ellis, founder of Love Our Children USA shares important tips for keeping your kids safe this summer... Summer is a time for school classrooms and hallways to empty and the awaited anticipation of our children's fun and play time. Yet, emergency rooms across the country call summertime 'the trauma season for kids.' From the hea ... Read on »