Common Ways Kids Get Injured on the School Playground

When the bell rings and the doors open for recess, kids everywhere make a beeline for their favorite spot on the playground. From swings to monkey bars, the typical school playground features a wide variety of structures and equipment that kids can … [Continue reading]

How to Help Your Kids Deal With the Death of a Pet

Coping with the death of a pet — and the mess of feelings that comes with it — is one of the tougher parts of growing up. These feelings can be hard for everybody in the family, but they’re especially tough for young children. Children see … [Continue reading]

Helping Your Kids Deal With the Death of a Family Member

Losing a family member is hard at any age; however, children often lack the life experience that adults rely on for developing the coping skills to get them through this difficult time. When a child loses a loved one, he can experience a variety of … [Continue reading]

10 of the Most Common Food Allergies in Kids

When it comes to kids' health, food allergies are certainly nothing to sneeze at. While many food sensitivities and allergies cause little more than discomfort, itching or hives, there are those that can have potentially lethal implications. Before … [Continue reading]

21 Blogs with Inspirational Ways to Teach Your Kids to Pay it Forward

The phrase “pay it forward” is one that is used when a person does something nice for another person after they themselves have received a random act of kindness. When you are the recipient of a random act of kindness and want to pay it forward … [Continue reading]

10 Peanut Free School Lunch Ideas

Whether your child suffers from a peanut allergy or attends a peanut free school, finding alternatives for school lunches that contain no peanut products can, at first blush, be a challenge. With a bit of forethought, however, you will find that … [Continue reading]