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Fighting for Jett

Twenty-two-month-old Jett seems like a typical toddler. He is curious about the world around him, but also tightly clings to his parents. His big brown eyes light up the

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Break from Boring: Pack More Punch into your Kids’ Breakfast & Lunch

The end of the school year likely means lunch packing and breakfast prep for your kids has gotten a bit monotonous. Cleveland reporter, food blogger and video podcaster Jen Picciano shares some simple recipes and fun ideas to revamp your kids' meals for the remaining days of school and into summer break. ...
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Grade Retention: What to do if Your Child is Held Back

The school year is coming to an end. However, regardless of best efforts, some students are faced with the prospect of being retained instead of moving to the next grade with their peers. This can be a tough decision for both parents and students. Learn how to discuss the news with your child, as well as advice for easing the process based on a child's age and grade level. ...
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Grow Family Traditions and Memories Through Gardening

If you don’t yet have a garden, you may want to consider it. The health benefits include increased physical and outdoor activity, reduced stress, healthier eating, and more. Children also enjoy participating in family gardening, getting their hands dirty and feeling proud of the end result. Here are some fun ways to plan an outdoor garden with your kids. ...
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Teacher Spotlight: Honoring Exceptional Northeast Ohio Educators

There’s no disputing the fact that teachers can have a big impact on a child’s life. In March, we asked our readers and Facebook followers to nominate one of their

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Tongue Ties: What you Should Know About the Growing Diagnosis

Whether you’ve struggled with breastfeeding or are dealing with a child who has a speech delay, the topic of a tongue tie has probably come up. But what exactly is a tongue tie, and is correcting it really necessary?   ...
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Pitch a Tent This Summer: Reservations Open for Lake Metroparks 2019 Season

Have the family experience the great outdoors through a “rustic” tent camping experience for small groups of up to eight people. Each Lake Metroparks camping location is different, and there

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Mother’s Day Events in Northeast Ohio

Make the mother figure in your life feel special  by treating her to some of these events happening throughout the greater Cleveland/Akron area.. From tea parties and crafts to free admission to local attractions for moms, there are plenty of family-friendly activities happening throughout the region. ...
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Mom Life: Four Local Women Share their Perspectives on Motherhood

Motherhood has its ups and downs. In honor of Mother's Day, we share the stories of four women — stay-at-home mom, career mom, entrepreneurial mom and adoptive/foster care mom — each of whom represents and discusses the realities of being a mom. ...
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Northeast Ohio Storytimes & Activities for Kids, May 2019

Have fun this month with a visit to your local library, museum or area attraction, many of which offer storytimes, crafts, and other fun activities for young children. ...
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