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Don’t Go Crazy, Get Silly: Indoor Active Play Ideas

Kids have a seemingly inexhaustible source of energy. It is like they just can’t stop moving. Seriously. Like, at all hours of the day, every day of the week. They are like a constantly percolating pot of hyperactivity. In the cold months of winter, when the outdoors is a less than friendly host for the

Don’t Go Crazy, Get Silly: Indoor Active Play Ideas2020-01-30T12:30:52-05:00

5 Fit-Free Ways to Teach Kids to Eat Fit

If you are a parent, you have seen the yuck face on your kids probably more times than you care to recall. If it were only the funny face to contend with, it might not be so bad. But, with a refusal to eat you often get the fits and tantrums, the squirming, the ‘ugh’s’,

5 Fit-Free Ways to Teach Kids to Eat Fit2019-09-19T15:14:14-04:00

Getting Kids Ready for the Back-to-School Routine

In the middle of shopping for clothes and school supplies, keeping doctors’ appointments, and juggling the fun and freedom that comes with summer vacation, an innate calendar (and a slew of back-to-school ads) starts cueing parents and kids that the school season is approaching. From morning talk shows and family-oriented magazines to “mom blogs,” there’s

Getting Kids Ready for the Back-to-School Routine2019-08-12T17:06:08-04:00

The Kids Are Watching – How to Share Healthy Food Habits

If you’re eating healthy foods, drinking plenty of water (versus sweetened soft drinks), and eating at regular times, chances are pretty good that your children will model your behavior and develop healthy food habits of their own. Healthy food habits don’t happen overnight, and parents can play a significant role in shaping their children’s eating

The Kids Are Watching – How to Share Healthy Food Habits2019-05-23T13:39:37-04:00
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