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Time Management in High School

Time Management in High School

Too many school assignments and too few hours? There’s no time like the present to give your teen some valuable lessons in time management. High school is a whole different game for a lot of students. [...]

Small Babies and Winter

Small Babies and Winter

Keeping babies and toddlers safe from old man winter. Small Babies and Winter When it comes to the cold, most of us know when we’ve had too much, but for young children and babies, it’s hard [...]

Snowbank Safety

Snowbank Safety

Why Snowbanks are Unsafe for Kids to Play On. Snowbank Safety As the winter months pass, the piles of snow at the sides of roads and in parking lots and driveways gets higher and higher. To [...]

Winter Head Injuries

Winter Head Injuries

Why having kids don a helmet when enjoying winter sports is a must. Winter Head Injuries Winter is a great time to enjoy sports like skiing, sledding, and skating. But as fun as these winter sports [...]

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 [...]

Ice Safety

Ice Safety

What every parent must consider when skating outdoors with kids. Ice Safety Ice skating is a wonderful winter activity for families. It’s fun, great exercise and if you’re lucky enough to skate on a pond, river [...]

Toboganning & Sledding Safety

Toboganning & Sledding Safety

Keeping tobogganing fun and safe for your family. Tobogganing Tobogganing and sledding down a slippery slope is a great way to spend a winter day with our kids. But you’ll want to follow a few safety [...]

Christmas Wish Lists

Christmas Wish Lists

How to help your child keep their Christmas wish list in check. Christmas Wish Lists Turn on any screen at this time of year and chances are your child is being enticed to ask for one [...]

Christmas Morning Disappointment

Christmas Morning Disappointment

How to handle a child who’s disappointed on Christmas morning. Christmas Morning There is nothing that takes the joy out of the holiday season faster than the credit card bills in January.  Overspending can be especially [...]

Over-hyping Christmas

Over-hyping Christmas

How to keep the holiday season in perspective. Over-Hyping the Christmas Season There is so much pressure to have the perfect Christmas, from the food, to the décor to the gifts we give and receive. Often [...]