Keeping the Love Alive Even with Small Children

Keeping the Love Alive Even with Small Children Every family has gone through it – lots of passion and spice in your relationship and then the children come along. Somewhere along the way those alone times you used to spend with each other are replaced with babies, children crawling into bed with you in the… Read more »

Financial Planning for Your Baby’s College Years

Financial Planning for Your Baby’s College Years One day you’re bringing your new little bundle of joy home from the hospital, the next day they’re off to kindergarten and the day after that they are off to college. Ok, it’s not QUITE that fast but you get the idea – time flies when you’re having… Read more »

Helping Young Children Notice Oncoming Traffic

Helping Young Children Notice Oncoming Traffic Young children – particularly those between the ages of 5 and 9 – are more at risk of being hit by oncoming cars when crossing the street than those children who are slightly older.  In fact, according to National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, more than 13,000 in… Read more »

Getting Your Kids Interested in Astronomy

Getting Your Kids Interested in Astronomy Stargazing is a wonderful way to spend time with your children – and a great way to turn that time into something educational. Astronomy is more than just gazing at stars – it teaches children about the universe, provides them with what can be a lifelong hobby or even… Read more »

Importance of Brain Injury Prevention

Importance of Brain Injury Prevention Brain injury is a common problem with young children, but a problem that can be avoided with a few preventative measures from parents. Brain injuries can be caused by trampoline accidents when children land on their head or neck, sports injuries are another common area that can result in brain… Read more »