A winning combination most parents want for their children is a healthy mind and a healthy body. But how to get the kids to buy into the idea of eating healthy lunches and snacks?
Before the kids are off to school, the last thing on most parents’ minds is worrying about having ID thieves steal their children’s personal data to take out credit cards, loans, even renting out homes all in the child’s name.
Miami is a world renown destination because of its tropical blue waters and sunny weather, but locals know it can get more than comfortably warm here. While South Floridians can’t wait to get out into the sun, it’s primarily the excitement of everything from water sports to ballgames that gets them outside every summer. The best bet for sunny days in Miami promise cool, comfortable fun without breaking the bank.
Summer days are quickly coming to an end which, for kids and parents alike, could only mean one thing…it’s almost time to head back to school.
School is almost back in session and while parents are gathering supplies, Fort Lauderdale firefighters are hoping they’ll be able to help out a lot kids who are less fortunate as well.
The chairwoman of a Senate committee says she will hold a hearing about the state’s record of placing children with disabilities in nursing homes when the Legislature resumes committee meetings in September.
Living in south Florida certainly has its perks, and the biggest is year-round summer weather. Whether you are looking for a relaxing day at the pool or a hard-hitting water workout, these local options were tailor made to fit the whole family. Expect extras including everything from water polo leagues to paddle boats at the Miami’s best waterparks and pools this summer.
Getting your child a haircut can sometimes be a challenge, unless it’s at one of the best places in South Florida for kids haircuts. Here they are: Kids Only Place, Lollipops Kids Cuts & Photo Studio, Kid Kut’s Style, Cartoon Cuts and Sport Clips.
More and more grown children turn to mom and dad and end up back in the nest when their own money gets tight, according to a study at Clark University. Parents should know that extending the safety net could leave them with a major price to pay down the road.
Conflicting opinions on whether a tutor’s advertising banners should be banned or not, based off of his steamy past, arose on Wednesday.