The Spring Issue of Today's Family Is Out!

You can find the latest issue of Today's Family magazine — inside the March issue of Today's Woman ! That's two magazin...

Friday, January 18, 2013

Have a Fun Weekend!


This weekend’s events around town (and slightly beyond) look pretty promising.  Here are some fun hints. Enjoy!

Looking at exotic reptiles could be exciting.

Take the kids to Winter Family Days to see Mighty Mike- 2 kids get free admission with one paid adult. {That’s “Mighty Mike,” not “Magic Mike!”}

Who doesn’t love an evening story?

Your child can create a masterpiece for $10!

Who's up for a “cat food” eating contest?


Photo Source: Newport Aquarium

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Going to Church: Looking for a Revelation


This is the second installment of a  4-part series written by Carrie Vittitoe to accompany her article in the December/January issue of Today’s Family magazine (page 18). Read about her new experiences in attending church in Part 1.

A lightning bolt of unadulterated belief didn’t strike me as I sat in the church pew, but neither was I struck down by an angry god miffed at my waywardness.

Things have become a little clearer for me as a result of writing my religion feature for Today’s Family. I’ve spent some time...

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Desserts First Giveaway


Get ready to sample some spectacular, original desserts created by Louisville’s finest restaurant chefs at the 7th Annual Desserts First on January 24, 6-8pm, at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

This wonderful event benefits the Girls Scouts of Kentuckiana, which serves over 20,000 girls and 6,500 adult volunteers in 64 counties in Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

Tickets are $50 each to the public, and corporate tables are available for $1000.

We’re giving away two pair of tickets...

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

New Year, New You


Is it too late to make New Year’s Resolutions? As a mother and grandmother, I notice that young children, while not so focused on time passage each month and year, do pay attention to areas for self-improvement on many levels. Our oldest granddaughter seems to have that down, given her latest school report card (all A’s!). We need to review how to achieve high marks in some family activities we engage in, as well.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Teen Health: Eating & Excercise


It turns out that eating breakfast and exercising are especially good habits to instill in your teens, as seen here in part two of our month-long series on teen health from Kim Seidel, writer-editor for Seidel Ink, LLC, and mother of a teen and a tween. You can find part one about sharing family meals and making healthy choices right here.

Eat breakfast
Encourage your children to eat breakfast as a healthy way to start their day.

During research for her book, “Thin People Don’t Clean Their Plates,” Jill Fleming, author, speaker and registered dietician, spent more than 10,000 hours reviewing the lifestyle habits of those who are thin and healthy.
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