You can find the latest issue of Today's Family magazine — inside the March issue of Today's Woman ! That's two magazin...
Friday, February 15, 2013
So much fun to be had, and so little time. Make the most of your weekend at some of these local events. Enjoy!
What kid isn’t in awe at the sight of a giant combine?
Find out when you can see an IMAX film for $5.
Valentine Parent Date Night- you and your spouse get to go on a date, and your kids...
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Here are my favorite products every mom needs in her beauty arsenal. They're all super-easy to use and give fantastic results every time. Give them a try... I'm sure you'll love them as much as I do!
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
It’s time to get Outdoors! The Parklands of Floyds Fork is excited to introduce new full-day camp experiences for children in grades 1-5. Camps at the Parklands offer exciting, enriching, discovery based field experiences that allow children to touch, see and learn about the world around them.
Children will participate in hands- on science investigations in the natural setting of Beckley Creek Park and through the use of our state-of-the art classrooms at the PNC Achievement Center for Education and Interpretation.
Enter below to win a...
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
We asked our Today’s Family Wellness Advisory Group about germs, and here are some tips they shared. (Some are also in this issue of Today’s Family.)
Ann Greenwell, Pediatric Dentist: “Don't share towels.”
Korie Acord, Pediatric Dentisty at Derby City Pediatric Dentistry: “Remind kids to not put hands in their mouth: thumb/finger sucking, nail biting, etc.”
Veda McClain, Founder, Veda McClain Consulting: “I wash my hands often, taking care to check my nails, washing under my rings, and making sure that my hands are completely dry after washing them. “
Rhonda Breischaft, Mom: “Even though it’s cold outside...
Monday, February 11, 2013
How would it be if your parents came to stay for two months? Would it put a cramp in your style?
It benefits her children says Nina Kahloon.
Khalid and Nina Kahloon,
Ashley (19), Lilah (12), Rehan (8), Rahim (7)
Both Nina and Khalid Kahloon were born in Pakistan. Nina’s family moved to the United States when she was a young child. Her father was an education professor at the University of Louisville who raised his family in Jeffersontown. Khalid grew up in Pakistan, attending college in Lahore and Islamabad and working as a journalist. In his twenties, he emigrated to the United States, where he attended law school in Michigan.
The Joys of Extended Visits:
Though Nina’s parents live in the same city, they often stay with the Kahloons for months at a time, and when Khalid’s father visited, he stayed for two months. Nina says this is a tremendous benefit for her children. She explains, “My children are able to see their religion being practiced by their grandparents, and their grandmother cooks Pakistani food for them.” Khalid says when his father visited he brought materials with him to build a cot, so the family worked on this together. Although there is a language barrier between the Kahloon children and their paternal grandfather, Khalid says, “Having my father around gives them an idea of where their father came from.”
From In Our Family: Maintaining Family Connections Across the World and at Home
By Carrie Vittitoe
Read more about this family in the Feb-March issue of Today's Family magazine.