You can find the latest issue of Today's Family magazine — inside the March issue of Today's Woman ! That's two magazin...
Friday, July 19, 2013
Thursday, July 18, 2013
I need to be relieved of my duties — Even when a stay-at-home mom resolves the guilt of taking time for herself, the next hurdle is finagling occasional childcare. When childcare isn’t locked in on a regular basis, it can be difficult to find, and if you find it, there is the irony of paying someone else to “do your job.”
Go here to read more from After Baby: Making a Decision to Quit Work, by Carrie Vittitoe, on page 24, Today's Family magazine.
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
If you've ever been in downtown Louisville, KY, you've seen the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. It is not only home to the world's biggest bat that weighs approximately 68,000 pounds and is 120 feet long, but it also hosts a baseball glove sculpture that weighs 17 tons!
Plus, don't forget about the Big Leagues Little Bricks exhibit featuring sculptures, pictures, and stadium replicas made from LEGO bricks running now through September 2, 2013 at the museum.
We're giving away 5 family 4-packs of passes to the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. Enter for your chance to win.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
While there are many great baby food options available in grocery stores, some parents choose to instead take on the responsibility of making their children homemade baby food. This task my sound daunting, but there are affordable and easy ways to successfully make your own fresh baby food. There are a lot of machines sold in stores specifically for this, but there are also much less expensive ways to get the job done. Most of the items needed are already right in your kitchen: a blender, tablespoon, ice cube trays, storage containers, freezer bags, and a food mill.
Overall, the general method for making the food is simple. First, the fruits or veggies need to be...
Monday, July 15, 2013
Just a hunch, but I’m guessing quite a few of you can relate to this dance. You get your sweetheart to sleep, and you lay him down. As soon as he touches the mattress, his eyes pop open and the crying begins. So you rock him to sleep and try again. This time you put him down but don’t let go yet. You start by relaxing your grip. Then, in one to five minute increments, you remove one finger at a time. If he moves or even sighs, you stop what you are doing and pray like you’ve never prayed before. Fifteen minutes later...
Sunday, July 14, 2013
We love Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari, and we know you do, too. It's a great place for family fun, and that’s why we’re giving away more tickets!
Two lucky winners will each win a family 4-pack of tickets to Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari. Enter for your chance to win.