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, August 9, 2013

Have a Great Weekend!















With events ranging from a southern car show on the waterfront to the Le Tour de Pork bicycle ride in Southern Indiana, there will be plenty to do around town.  Enjoy!
  • FARE Walk for Food Allergies at Waterfront Park
  • Southern Showdown Car Show
  • Free Day of Dentistry- from Mortenson Family Dental as part of their “Mortenson Gives” initiative at Kid’s Dentistree location at 2325 Green Valley Road, Suite 1, New Albany; Saturday, August 10, 2013 - 7am - 2pm;  Adults and Children, first-come, first-served; 812.590.4490
  • Make Discovery Bottles at the Free Family Fun Workshop
  • Magic Show with Steve-O at...

Thursday, August 8, 2013

The New Issue is Out!

Read about family rules.
Get prepared for your college kid's homesick feelings.
All you need to know about your child's teeth.
And, a whole lot of extracurricular activities!!



Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Win Tickets to the Louisville Bats and More!

It's time for another Louisville Bats giveaway!

One lucky winner will receive the opportunity* to throw out a ceremonial pitch and four reserved seats for the game involving the ceremonial pitch.

Enter for your chance to win.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Mythic Creatures at Frazier




















Did you know that the Cyclops was really an elephant, or that mermaids were possibly manatees? These and other enlightening theories are part of the temporary Mythic Creatures Exhibit at the Frazier History Museum.


When ancient folks on the island of Sicily found the skulls of elephants, there was a large hole in the middle of the skull - where the trunk would have been attached. However, never having seen an elephant before, the inhabitants assumed the single hole must have been an eye socket.


When I saw the skull on display...

Monday, August 5, 2013

5 Easy Bedtime Tips






















Bedtime can be the most wonderful and most exasperating time of day.

Sometimes the chaos that precedes the snuggling and reading, like the wrestling match known as getting kids into pajamas, and the chaos that follows it, like walking the child back to bed 400 times after the lights go out, can minimize the joy in the middle.

Here are some suggestions for keeping the chaos at bay.

1. Wear ‘em out.
Whether a child takes daytime naps or night, it is a good idea to have them get some physical activity after dinner. Take a family walk in the neighborhood. Have a parent/child wrestling match. Hook the camcorder up to the television so they can watch themselves dance. Do something physical to ensure they are tired when bedtime rolls around.


2. Wind ‘em down.
After doing something physical together...
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