The Spring Issue of Today's Family Is Out!

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Friday, February 19, 2016

What To Do This Weekend: February Fun


Find the fun in February this weekend! 
Here are a few activities the whole family can enjoy:

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Putting the Kids to Work

Utica Elementary School fifth grader Carly Allman (this writer's daughter) poses at her desk before workers arrive to deposit their paychecks. Photo by Ashleigh Emily, 5th grade teacher

By April Allman

It's a Thursday morning. Shop owners unlock their doors and flip their signs to "OPEN," restaurants prep food for lunch service, and employees file into office buildings around the city to report for work. Sounds like an average weekday morning in the Louisville Metro . . . but these employees are all kids, and this city is JA BizTown.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

We're Giving Away a Birthday Party!


Is your child trying to “rope” you in to planning and paying for a big birthday bash this year? Never fear! Enter today’s giveaway to win a free birthday party package to the Louisville Mega Cavern’s Mega Quest Course, the only fully underground aerial ropes challenge course in the world! You will receive: two hours on the Mega Quest Aerial Course; pizza and unlimited drinks for the participants (minimum of 10); and Mega Quest invitations you can mail to your guests. Get ready for a birthday party adventure!




 See Official Rules for details.

The lucky winner is Erin Slone!


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Does Your Child Need Speech Therapy?


By Angel Lyn Nance

Some early childhood speech errors — like saying “dis” instead of “this” — are age-appropriate and normal, but other issues may need to be addressed with speech therapy. Speech Language Pathologist Tonya Johnson gives advice about when to set up an evaluation.

Monday, February 15, 2016

Just Ask Joyce: Can We Keep it Kid-Friendly?


Q: “My husband and older kids want to watch movies during family time that I feel are a bit too adult for our younger ones. We value family night, but it’s becoming more of a battle than a relaxing time together. We didn’t allow our older ones to watch PG-13 movies until they were of age, and I don’t want to give in to something I feel could be detrimental. What should we do?”

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