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Europe & Kids – Trains, Planes & Automobiles, Pt 3 of 6

Europe & Kids – Trains, Planes & Automobiles, Pt 3 of 6

When The Parent Report’s radio host, Joanne Wilson decided to travel Europe with her kids she learned a lot about booking flights, Eurail passes and car rentals. Here, in the third of a six part series, [...]

Europe with Kids – The Itinerary, Part 2 of 6

Europe with Kids – The Itinerary, Part 2 of 6

Have you ever dreamed of traveling through Europe with your children? Host of The Parent Report radio show, Joanne Wilson decided to make her dream a reality. In the second in a six part series, Joanne [...]

Fruit Smoothies

Fruit Smoothies

Fruit is not only juicy and scrumptious, it also keeps you healthy and helps you grow strong! All you have to do is combine a few ingredients in a blender. Annabel’s Tip All kinds of fruit [...]

Europe with Kids – An Overview, Part 1 of 6

Europe with Kids – An Overview, Part 1 of 6

Have you ever dreamed of traveling through Europe with your children? Host of The Parent Report radio show, Joanne Wilson decided to make her dream a reality. As the first part of the six part series, [...]

Springtime Cupcakes

Springtime Cupcakes

Here’s a fun recipe for spring that your kids will love to make with you! INGREDIENTS Cupcakes: 1 box yellow or devil’s food cake mix Water, vegetable oil and eggs called for on cake mix box [...]

Safe Winter Driving

Safe Winter Driving

A few tips for driving safely with your family this winter. Safe Winter Driving Driving in winter can pose its hazards. Which is why you’ll want to make sure that your battery and tires are in [...]

Potato and Pecorino Cannelloni with Tomato Sauce

Potato and Pecorino Cannelloni with Tomato Sauce

On a cool autumn or winter weekend, nothing beats a dish of warm Cannelloni. It’s the kind of meal that feels like it’s made for the adults, but kids love too!       Potato and [...]

Holiday Season Plane Travel & Kids

Holiday Season Plane Travel & Kids

This holiday season, are you planning to travel by plane with young children in tow? With a little planning, flying can be enjoyable and not filled with tears and fussing. Flying by air with young children [...]

Make A Swirling Snowstorm

Make A Swirling Snowstorm

Here’s an easy and fun winter craft for your kids!    For your stormy winter wonderlands all you need are some screw-top jars, water, glycerine, glitter and a few toys. Add them together , and you [...]

Why Girls Talk –  and What They’re Really Saying

Why Girls Talk – and What They’re Really Saying

Teenage girls often worry about how others view them, and as a result, they resist expressing their honest feelings for fear of not being accepted. They may continue to talk a lot, but often they express [...]