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On the newest episode of our aParently Speaking podcast, host Miriam Conner speaks with father of five Jason Russ and mom of three and travel blogger Leah Yoder, who reminisce about some of their family vacations. This episode is sure to stir up some of your own family vacation memories! ...Read more 0
Schools are closed today in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Use this as an opportunity to spend some extra family time honoring King by visiting a local museum or taking in some indoor or outdoor fun. ...Read more 0
Camp Fair West, at Crocker Park in Westlake, and Camp Fair East, at Hawken School in Lyndhurst, are less than a month away. Register for the opportunity to meet with dozens of summer camps all under one roof. There also will be interactive crafts and hands-on activities, entertainment by Jungle Terry and his animal friends, and camp scholarships raffled off throughout both events. ...Read more 0
These days, we’re obsessed with success — particularly big book smarts, AP classes, higher education, and a preoccupation with straight As. But piling on the homework and study time doesn’t always yield results. New research shows that physical activity has a positive effect on school performance. Learn more about the study, as well as what you can do to help set up your kids for success. ...Read more 0
Does winter weather have you thinking of sunnier skies? On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner talks with Tricia Scott, owner of Visit Mickey travel agency, who gives family vacation ideas for different budgets and interests. She also shares some great family travel tips. ...Read more 0