Kelly Pope Adamson of Kenwood put together a guide to Disneyland geared to young readers.
Even after having a baby, I struggle with my body as it is now perhaps more than I ever have, even when I was 100 pounds heavier than I currently am.
Up to now, my 16-year-old son, Christopher, a junior at Maria Carrillo High School has been on the normal track for college-bound teens. College visits. ACT and SAT tests. Some honors and AP classes. The works. And with that comes the other stuff - late nights studying, stress, competition to [...]
The littlest Ansley *loves* dining out. I have always loved dining out and finding the new, undiscovered food gems in our area. When I got pregnant, I never really seriously considered that having a baby would get in the way of my food adventures. Of course I expected [...]
It's a breeze and fun for everyone! Does your baby have a fever? How about obvious teething pain, or a nasty cough? What if I told you it could all be easily relieved with just a couple of milliliters of candy-flavored liquid? Sounds too good to be true, [...]
"Mammal (n): any vertebrate of the class Mammalia, having the body more or less covered with hair, nourishing the young with milk from the mammary glands, and, with the exception of the egg-laying monotremes, giving birth to live young." For some reason, something that is as natural and essential as can [...]
A chart of sleep times is causing a lot of discussion among parents of youngsters. Check to see if your child is making the grade when it comes to sleep.
Rey, the most compelling of the new characters in the Star Wars series, is missing from store shelves among action figures and other toys. . If you bought the latest “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Monopoly game, you would discover that two critical male characters are featured as [...]
We got off to a rough start. I don't know why I expected it to be easy after everything we'd already been through. I had waited for him for 7 1/2 years; after multiple failed rounds of infertility treatments, a drastic lifestyle and health change to bring me to my [...]
It’s been a full week since students returned from winter break. Gone are the mornings of sleeping past noon and (hopefully) staying up until the wee hours of the morning. The school schedule is back in full force, whether they like it or not. At this point, the year is almost half over, and students have just begun their second semester. If their first few months of school have been less than satisfactory, it’s not too late to offer a helping hand with organization and gaining control of their school work. Here are 6 ways to help your student if they’re struggling to make the grade.