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, June 28, 2013

Have a Great Weekend!

This weekend is packed with fun events for the whole family from summer festivals to a superhero convention.  Kentuckiana is going to be hopping!  Enjoy!

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Modified Cry-It-Out Method

When it comes to babies, there are so many sleep solutions argued as the best. I've had four children in the last six years. Quite frankly, there is no one size fits all approach. With that said, I do believe some methods work better for our family than others.

With our first, we were determined to get her on a schedule as early as possible. The books make it sound easy! Six months later, with food allergies and other tummy troubles...

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Win a Bardstown Getaway Package

We have a fantastic giveaway this week. It’s a family Bardstown Getaway!

This package includes:

Enter for your chance to win this fun prize package.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Hamlet Didn't Ask This Question


Every decision I made during my pregnancies, I made with conviction, based on rigorous research and pragmatism. But not circumcision; here is my flaky confession...

Read the full article here on page 20 of Today's Family magazine's June/July issue.

Monday, June 24, 2013

Time to Vote in Our Kid Model Search

It’s time to vote for the winners of Today’s Family magazine’s Kid Model Search contest.  The winners will be featured in our Back-to-School issue!

Click here to view all of the pictures and to cast your vote. 

Let the voting begin!

Top Ten Pieces of Advice for New Grandparents

We are excited that our good friends are expecting their first grandchild this summer!  Knowing they have been very focused as parents, we are sure they are preparing well for their first grandchild. Having been there a few years ourselves, we have some ideas we hope will inspire them, and perhaps others, as well.
  1. If you can’t be present for baby’s birth, get involved in a group text-chain to keep in touch with family/friends who are present and can text pictures of those first precious moments of life. As the baby grows, Skype each other to stay current.
  2. We’ve steered away from giving clothes as gifts, simply because I remember as a mother how fast my sons outgrew things! Better grandparent gift-giving options are...
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