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Reese White is just like any other second-grade girl. As the youngest of David and Kelley White’s four children, Reese is the only one in the household who isn’t tall enough to look at herself in the mirror above the bathroom sink. Reese was getting ready for bed on March [Read More]
When it comes to parenting, there’s always lots of questions. Is that safe? What food should we be feeding baby? Does that cough mean we should go to the doctor? Is our child reaching milestones on time? What can sometimes be overlooked, at least with younger children, is dental hygiene. [Read More]
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. quotes abound this time of year. For Black History Month, perhaps it’s worthy to go back to his last, but timeless Christmas sermon, where he says, “The Christmas hope for peace and goodwill toward all men can no longer be dismissed as a kind of pious dream [Read More]
Camp is an action-packed adventure. Each day brings new and exciting opportunities for growth and accomplishment. At the same time, strong bonds of friendship and community are developing. It truly is a life-changing experience. And when the embers of the last campfire have cooled, and campers make their way home, [Read More]
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Summer day camp is a place where children can stretch their minds, exercise their bodies and develop new friendships and interests. The following are 10 tips on how you can choose the right day camp for your child. LOOK, LISTEN & LEARN. Talk with your child to find out what [Read More]
My daughter plays hard at day camp and spends long hours in the heat. She comes home filthy and exhausted. She was also coming home absolutely starving until I figured out what to pack in her lunchbox to keep her fueled all day. The standard lunch I’d been sending to school just [Read More]
There are few things more exciting in a kid’s life than their first sleepaway camp. How do you prepare a kid – and yourself – for this big event? Drawing on my own experiences as the parent of a 15-year-old boy who’s a happy camper, as well as conversations with [Read More]
There are so many great reasons why you should consider sending your kids to sleepaway camp this summer, and it’s not only because they’ll have a whole lot of fun. Based on my experiences as the parent of a 15-year-old boy who loves summer camp, as well as conversations with [Read More]
When it comes to recycling the right way, most people may not understand the specific logistics behind the process. There is a recycling crisis in the United States, says Tim Sullivan, manager of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Facilities Support Services, which oversees UAB Recycling. China’s recycling businesses stopped purchasing millions [Read More]