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Please Proceed to the Route
Published: 02/26/19
By: Greg Carannante
Remember when you used to ask for directions? Or use a map? Or try to fold a map? Now, remember when you stopped having to do all that? It was no doubt when you began using your GPS, those three little letters that stand for Go Please, Stupid … I (read more)
A Grand Relationship
Published: 02/26/19
By: Shannon Dean
We’ve all seen giddy grandparents in the park eagerly complying with their grandchild’s excited pleas: “Higher, Grandpa, higher!” The bond between a child and his grandparents is entirely obvious, heartwarming and universal. “It’s the only relationship in which people are crazy about one another simply because they’re breathing,” says Dr. (read more)
Virtual Realities
Published: 02/26/19
By: Christa Melnyk Hines
From sundown March 1 to sundown March 2, people across the globe will detox from technology in honor of the National Day of Unplugging. It is the perfect time to connect with our families and perhaps to reconsider a risk of being plugged in: how playing video games affects our (read more)
Taming the Time Change
Published: 02/26/19
By: Malia Jacobson
If you’ve got little ones at home, chances are you’re not a fan of “spring forward,” the annual Daylight Saving Time ritual that throws off bedtime for kids from coast to coast. When clocks jump ahead one hour in the spring — on Sunday, March 10, this year — the (read more)
Parenting Perfected
Published: 02/26/19
By: Tanni Haas
Becoming a parent is one of the most rewarding yet demanding experiences a person will ever have.  Thankfully, there are many apps to make life a bit easier. Here’s a list of the top apps for new parents, and not-so-new parents may find them helpful, too. They’re all free, so (read more)
Miami-Dade County Camp Guide
Published: 01/30/19
Summertime gives kids an opportunity to discover hidden talents, and to have some fun. Here are some local programs designed to let your kids shine. The 2019 Miami-Dade County Camp Guide – including Day Camps, Overnight Camps, Creative Arts Camps, Education Camps, Specialty Camps, and more. General Day Camps American Heritage (read more)
Broward County Camp Guide
Published: 01/30/19
Summertime gives kids an opportunity to discover hidden talents, and to have some fun. Here are some local programs designed to let your kids shine. The 2019 Broward County Camp Guide – including Day Camps, Overnight Camps, Creative Arts Camps, Education Camps, Specialty Camps, and more. General Day Camps American Heritage (read more)
Target the Perfect Camp for Your Child
Published: 01/30/19
By: Cheryl Maguire
It used to be that when it came to summer camp, families usually only had one choice: the town camp. This was a traditional all-day camp with a heavy emphasis on sports. When a kid came home after six hours at camp, a common complaint — especially from a less-athletic (read more)
Making Parents Twitch
Published: 01/30/19
By: Katy M. Clark
“Can I get a Twitch account?” my 14-year-old son asked me. I stared at him blankly. I had only just wrapped my head around Fortnite and Snapchat, and now this … Twitch? “What is it?” I asked. “You watch gamers play live. It’ll really help me with Fortnite,” he explained. (read more)
Kid Crush
Published: 01/30/19
By: Sandra Gordon
“Oh, how cute.” That’s what crossed my mind when a boy from summer camp asked my oldest daughter to go to the movies. She was in the fourth grade at the time. (She said “No!” and ran from the phone.) But as I witnessed, a first crush — whether your (read more)
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