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My summer birthday kids are awesome. But throughout their adolescence, I watched them always having to play catch-up.
Schedules are key for children with ADHD. Keep your sanity with these tips from two educators who work with children with learning differences.
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Check out these six tips from local mompreneurs on how to stay inspired and keep the kiddos entertained while social distancing.
Now that spring has sprung, I have no excuse to keep my son inside. Here are some fun things we’ve done to enjoy the pretty weather.
Need ideas on how to workout with the littles in tow? Our mommy blogger Morgan gave us a few tips on how to exercise with your kids.
Since the grocery store is one of the few places anyone can go, we need to keep things clean. We rounded up a few tips on how to practice grocery store safety.
Kids bored at home? Check out these virtual offerings from some of your favorite family hangouts. Amon Carter Museum of…
Trying to stay on task while WFH? We recommend these apps and programs for productivity, time tracking, organization and more.
Our mommy blogger Stephanie recently had an experience where she saw her daughter’s teachers show up for her family in a big way.
Get through the week with these memorable parenting moments—from potty training woes to an 8-year-old’s fashion advice.
Sheila McDoniel—chief operating officer of Covenant Christian Academy in Colleyville—sending out tips to her student’s parents to help kids and parents transition to distance learning. We wanted to share some of her insight.
There are a lot of expectations we have around our kids that might not add up. Our mommy blogger Stephanie gives us her perspective on expectations and kids.
Since the kids are home from school, why not get them involved in the kitchen? Try out these recipes the kids can help with (and will love)!
With all this extra time on our hands at home, why not take a moment to introduce your kids to some classic and iconic movies that came out pre-2010s?
We can leave our homes only for work (deemed crucial) or to get essentials. But what about those who are in a bad home environment? When home isn’t safe, how do you stay home?
Stability and structure are essential for children with special needs. So here are some educational apps and activities to move the minds and bodies of your children until the uncertainty is gone.
Keep your kids busy with these at-home arts and crafts—from paper plate caterpillars to bowtie butterflies.
We asked a couple of our favorite local museums to share science activities you can do at home while we’re all social distancing.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a stressful situation for everyone. For pregnant women, there’s an extra layer of anxiety. How will the illness affect their baby and birth?