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Friday, April 26, 2013
It ‘s going to be a fun weekend because it’s Kentucky Derby Festival time! Your family can enjoy Kroger’s Fest-A-Ville on the Waterfront, the Balloon Race, a Drum Line Showcase, Movie Night, and more. Just click here to view all the details on our Kentucky Derby Festival Events page.
Plus, here are some other fun events...
Thursday, April 25, 2013
A perfect Mother’s Day would be a balmy 70-degrees with a light breeze and partial clouds. My husband, Dean, would get up with our boys at 6:00 a.m. so that I could sleep late. When I finally made it to the kitchen for breakfast, I would find a nice breakfast of Eggs Benedict and scones.
We’d all spend the day together doing something fun outside like hiking or playing at a park. The children wouldn’t fight with each other at all. In the evening, Dean would fix a gourmet dinner, and the kids would sit and eat their food without anyone screaming, crying or jumping up to run around the table.
After our meal, Norah, Graeme and Miles would gather around me to...
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Republic Bank Pegasus Parade is the Kentucky Derby Festival’s oldest event. It takes place on Thursday, May 2, at 5pm.
Starting on Broadway, this parade marches westward for 17 blocks. Not only will you see marching bands, equestrian units, floats, and clowns, but you’ll catch a glimpse of...
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
My children are twenty-one months apart, and they sometimes bicker non-stop.
One day, it seemed as if they had argued about everything. I was fed up with the constant back-and-forth arguing.
I decided to make each of them write a one-page letter to the other explaining all the good things about the other person. When they were finished, I had them each read their letter to the other.
It hasn’t stopped the bickering in our house, but it has made each kid realize some pretty cool things about the other one!
How do you get your get kids to get along? Please share with us in the comments below.
Contributed by Stacie L. Martin, parent-writer, Today’s Family magazine.
Photo Source: Onslow
Monday, April 22, 2013
We’ve asked our Today’s Family Wellness Advisory Group about unkind words, hurt feelings and the like, and here are some tips they shared.
For unkind words, some remedies...
Ursula Robertson-Moore, Owner, Uppercases: “Practice open communication within the family and make efforts to instill empathy.”
Abigail Mueller, Adolescence Women’s Life Coach: “Positive Affirmations. Someone can attempt to hurt you, belittle you, and make you feel inferior, but they are only successful when...