Family vacations can supply lifelong memories, but to ensure that every member of the family is satisfied, it’s important to travel to the perfect locale. With the help of reader votes and expert opinion, we gathered a list of travel destinations that offer reasonable rates and activities the whole family can enjoy.
We’ve compiled a list of 7 unbeatable choices for your next family movie night. The selections span more than 50 years of filmmaking and include all the magic, the music, and the fun that you and the kids want from great family films. If your grandchildren haven’t seen these films, they are missing out! And so what if you’ve seen it 3 times?
We know that in this day and age children have everything they could possibly want at their fingertips, but remember family heirlooms and vintage clothing will bring joy to your grandchildren because it will help them reminisce about their family.
“We have the opportunity to nurture our children and foster their growth as we learn to let go and allow them to reach their full potential. This is one of the best gifts we can give to our children.” Excerpt from “Mothering with Courage”, by Bonnie Compton
A terrarium is such a fun and easy way to do something together with a child no matter what age. When creating a miniature garden grown inside a covered glass or plastic container, remember, this is a low maintenance project and an easy way to incorporate plants into your home.
Family dynamics are a funny thing; often times you are better to sit back and take a moment to reflect upon your own experiences so that it is possible to grow and learn from all those experiences in life. Being an awesome mother-in-law is just that
The #MeToo movement is up front and center, and it’s not going away. Although sexual harassment and sexual abuse have been happening for generations, it is now being brought out into the open as victims share their stories, and parents and grandparents converse about topics to educate children regarding sexual harassment.
Do you play with your grandchildren? Do you give them the freedom to play by themselves? Hopefully you do. Please take a look at the following report from The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and make play a part of your life with your grandkids. You both will reap the benefits.