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INSIDE LOOK: Dinos Alive at Lowry Park Zoo!

Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine social mom and blogger Lisa Marie Leihy recently went on a prehistoric adventure with the folks at Lowry Park Zoo...

How to Enjoy a Day of Playoff Championship Events for FREE!

We met with officials with College Football Playoff and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission to not only get a sneak peek at this weekend's...

Break Up with Back Pain

Dr. David Siambanes, D.O., a pediatric orthopedic surgeon and the medical director of the St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Scoliosis Center took some time to answer some of our biggest questions before we head out to do our school shopping: What backpack is right for my child, and how can we prevent back pain in our kids this school year?

Resolutions and Roasted Vegetables

There’s something about the concept of “new” that is so kind. New feels generous, to yourself and the world around you. New looks like intention and prioritizing. New sounds like second chances and revitalized ambition, (it also sounds like hot, bubbling coffee and sunny Sunday family brunch).

Ways parents can get some ‘me time’ in

So parents are the end all for their kids, but what about them? Parenting expert Jill Assalti joins us with some key things to keep in mind.

Don’t Break Backs with Backpacks

Dr. David Siambanes, D.O., a pediatric orthopedic surgeon and the medical director of the St. Joseph's Children's Hospital Scoliosis Center took some time to answer some of our biggest questions before we head out to do our school shopping: What backpack is right for my child, and how can we prevent back pain in our kids this school year?

What are natural ways to help children with special needs?

We hear a lot about medication when it comes to children with special needs such as ADD, ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, etc.  Parents worry about what...

Keeping Kids Safe on Halloween

Everyone likes a good scare on Halloween, but not when it comes to your child’s safety. More than twice as many children are killed in pedestrian incidents on Halloween between 4 and 10 p.m. as the same time on any other day during the year, according to SafeKids.org. Kids also can become injured due to their costumes and numerous choking hazards.

War Horse on stage at the Straz!

WAR HORSE hits the ground running at the Straz Center!  Awe inspiring life-size puppets, a powerful story, and stirring music combine to tell the tale...