It’s summer time and we need fun and healthy things to do with the kids over the next several weeks. Planning a summer of fun can be difficult, so what do you do? Here is an idea - turn one week into ’kids cooking camp’ at home.
As a young child you can probably remember the dreams you had about growing up and what you might one day become. From doctors, to lawyers and everything in between, seeing your child dream is one of the most rewarding parts of parenthood. As parents and mentors we need to encourage our children to dream big and reach for the stars.
Summer brings a much-needed break for kids of all ages. There’s a little more freedom to explore, spend time with family and just have fun.
Learning begins at the time of birth, and it is important to make sure your child gets off to a good start. If you’re concerned about the development of your own infant or toddler or another little one, South Dakota provides an early intervention program for infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities and their families that can be a wonderful resource.
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’ve had back pain in your life. Experts estimate around 80 percent of people will experience back pain at one time or another.
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Angela Nelson talks about her daughter, Maddy, and attention difficulty.
Marne Dekkers talks about her son, Carter, living with Spina Bifida.
How to deal with stressful moments.