The holidays are upon us, but along with the merriment and wonder of the season is the potential for accidents. While decking the halls, baking treats and shopping for gifts, be sure to include safety in your holiday traditions.
The holiday season is here and we here at Tampa Bay Parenting want you to look and feel your best as you celebrate with loved ones. While we Floridians are lucky that we don’t have to deal with frightful winter weather, we still can enjoy some of the season’s best looks.
Approximately 160,000 children miss school every day in the United States for fear of being bullied. More than 50 suicides have been linked to prolonged bullying and about 85 percent of school shootings have revenge against bullies as a major motive.
Recently, my 11-year-old and I were talking about what parents want most for our children. I explained to him that the big three I hear all the time in my workshops are wanting our children to be happy, wanting our kids to be successful and wanting our children to be good people.
You’ve got dinners to make, hot toys to find and presents to buy for the people in your life who have everything and not a lot of time to do it. The holiday season is hard even on the Wonder Women amongst us.
It’s the moment every parent of a small child dreads: the good-bye. For parents of young children, it can be a gut-wrenching, heart wrenching, guilt-ridden moment full of tears, protests, and quick getaways.
Last month, at a press conference and rally outside of the White House, the Center for Food Safety, Food & Water Watch, Friends of the Earth, and the CEO of Ben & Jerry’s demanded the Obama Administration halt FDA approval of the first genetically engineered (GE) food animal.
October is now upon us, and that means that we will soon experience a quintessentially American event, modestly dubbed The World Series. Coming as it does this month and bringing with it the potential for incredible bliss, high drama and true tragedy, the culmination of the pennant race has the potential to inspire cities and regions and to craft a narrative that can unite people and communities across lines that all-too-often divide.