The Night Before Summer Vacation By: Natasha Wing A little girl and her family are getting ready to go on vacation . . . or at least they are trying to. In the effort to pack everything that will be needed, there’s bound to be something overlooked, and what that is
By Katie Beth Osborne, 6th grade “Mom! I’m booooooored!” Ever said these words on a day when you’re stuck at home? We’ve all had those days where we’re cooped up inside. Besides heading straight to your phone, iPad, or Playstation, there are all sorts of other things that you can do or learn.
If you’re looking for an easy summer recipe, these popsicles are filled with fun, bright colors and have a birthday cake flavor that your kids are sure to love! What you'll need: ›› Vanilla pudding ›› Food coloring (rainbow colors) ›› Popsicle molds or small paper cups ››
You don't need to be a Pinterest queen to make some extra-fun lunches for birthdays, special occasions, or holidays! It's as easy as using cookie cutters or “sandwich cutter kits” found in grocery stores. Watch for more lunchbox themes and inspiration in upcoming issues!
(Recipes provided by Hallie Siewert from HallieCakes) Let’s hop into this spring season! We are bringing you a fun, easy DIY Easter craft idea and cupcake decorating tips your kids are sure to enjoy. Bunny & Egg Cupcakes What you’ll need: ›› Favorite Cupcake Recipe ›› Favorite
WHAT YOU’ll NEED: ›› 1 cup of all-purpose flour ›› ½ cup of salt ›› ½ cup of water ›› Cookie sheet ›› Easter egg cookie cutter ›› Mixing bowl ›› Roller ›› Spatula ›› Parchment paper (optional) ›› Acrylic Paint ›› Paint Brush ›› Plastic straw ››
All of these books are available for check out at the Henderson County Public Library. Panda’s Easter Basket by Tara Jaye Morrow On Easter morning Panda finds the best Easter basket he ever had. But despite Mama’s warning, he can’t help nibbling on all that candy. Will Panda’s upset tummy
You don't need to be a Pinterest queen to make some extra-fun school lunches for birthdays, special occasions, or holidays! It's as easy as using cookie cutters or “sandwich cutter kits” found in grocery stores. Watch for more lunchbox themes and inspiration in upcoming issues!
As I have shared with you, I have recently become a mother of two. Like many, I worried how this transition would be. Would it be easier than I thought? Harder? How would my daughter handle not being an only child anymore? The questions running through my mind were endless, as I prepared to enter
Q: “I am recently divorced and my 8-year-old son has really been having a hard time. Sometimes he does not want to go to his Dad's house because he says that is not his bedroom. He has started to have anxiety and gets mad easily. We are trying to work together, but nothing seems to be working. Do