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You can find the latest issue of Today's Family magazine — inside the March issue of Today's Woman ! That's two magazin...
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Stock up for your children's needs by entering to win $100 in free merchandise and an early shopping pass to KidStuff Sale, seasonal consignment events that provide families throughout Kentuckiana a venue to sell and purchase quality kids clothing, toys and equipment. We will take pictures of you with your free stuff at the end of your shopping spree. At the KidStuff Sale, buy what you need, sell what you don't!
See Official Rules for details.
The lucky winner is Steven Cayton!
The Fall Issue comes out right as you are trying to get it all back together. School is starting, and after-school activities and daily homework will begin to take most of every day. Many parents welcome the consistency of the school year, but at the same time you are coping with phases of childhood that hold no consistency except that they are constantly changing.
In addition to providing some great Back-to-School organizational tips for you and your children, this issue looks at:
• The needs of boys directly from the parents of boys.
• The times that parents have blown their tops, and after reflection felt it was the right thing to do because it brought about change.
• Tackling problems head-on with our columnist in Just ask Joyce.
• Great ideas for things to do this season by age.
On our cover
KAIRO BALL, 2, shared a soothing moment with his teddy bear during our cover photo shoot. Read more about him and his family in the issue.
Photo: Melissa Donald
By Elaine Rooker Jack
The Book: Stones from the River
The Author: Ursula Hegi
The Publication Date: 1994
From Amazon’s Description: “Trudi Montag is a Zwerg - a dwarf - short, undesirable, different, the voice of anyone who has ever tried to fit in. Eventually she learns that being different is a secret that all humans share: from her mother who flees into madness, to her friend Georg whose parents pretend he's a girl, to the Jews Trudi harbors in her cellar.”
Why I recommend it...