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Let kids lend helping hand in the kitchen
It’s time to put your kids to work — in the kitchen!
When kids have a hand in cooking, it makes trying new foods more fun and interesting (and less intimidating).
Circle of love
A house is not a home without love.
For Jenny and Roy Snyder, love means children. And now they have a home full of love and full of children.
Amount of sleep needed depends on many factors
The amount of sleep a child needs varies depending on the individual and certain factors, including the age of the child.
Following are some general guidelines:
Chad Hutson and his children, Lance, Taylor and Grant, are not your traditional nuclear family, he said.
“No. We don’t have that. It’s just the four of us. I’m pretty proud of my family.”
Make MLK Day interesting for kids of all ages
To many young children — and even some adults — Martin Luther King Jr. Day is simply a day off from school or work.
Raising a family takes love.
It takes patience.
And it takes teamwork.
Boost children’s confidence with simple key steps
Self-esteem is your child’s passport to lifetime mental health and social happiness.
It’s the foundation of a child’s well-being and the key to success as an adult.
There is a family in Marion County that has many names and personalities.
First, there’s mom, Chrissy Shoulders-Drainer. Next is her husband, Matt Drainer.
Help prevent children from getting the flu
When flu season strikes, your kids could be right in the line of fire.
Robert Pool has a saying: “Work the problem. Don’t let the problem work you.”
“And that’s what we’ve done,” says his wife, Shawna.
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