Parenting & Children

So, I’m a late parent. As a ‘first time parent’ of a now five year old boy, I recognize that I have been consistently behind. Late on registering him for little league basketball, football, karate even having him participate in summer camp this year! Not to make excuses, but I just have not gotten into […]

November is Adoption Month Did you know that there are more than 100,000 children in foster care? The goal of National Adoption Month is to bring national awareness and attention to the need for permanent families for children and youth who are waiting in the U.S. foster care system. Teens Less Likely to Be Adopted […]

Don’t miss Sunday Morning Live! Marcus Davis will talk to Represenatives Senfronia Thompson and Garnet Coleman who have been hard at work for you in the Texas legislature. Join us this Sunday from 9 am to 11 am to hear what changes you can expect as a result of the most recent session. Robert Sanborn of […]

Do you wait until the last minute to plan your kids birthday party? Here are 7 Family Friendly places to enjoy in the nick of time!

  I read 50 Reasons to Have a Baby on the Huffington Post and it really made me think about how special and how much of a privilege it is to birth a child. I couldn’t help but think back to one of my earlier fears in life, which was to die without have kids. […]

Do Your Kid’s Eat, Love, Pray? As a first time parent I have wondered if I am doing all I can to give my child a leg up. Some may say: “Sky relax, don’t overthink this parenting thing”, “It all balances out”  or  “He’s only 2 years old” but, I constantly question if I am […]

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  Five-O: Who’s Policing the Police? One of my Facebook friends posted a thought provoking question in light of the Mike Brown tragedy: “Who’s policing the police?” My thoughts reverted back to a picture I once reposted on Instagram after the Jordan Davis and Trayvon Martin deaths. The picture was of a cemetery riddled with headstones of […]

We found some great experiments for you and your child that may be useful at school. Click here to READ MORE.

We found some clever tips to help get your little one on the road to being fearless with Math. Click here to READ MORE.

According to Mashable.com, Teens are so over Facebook, according to a new survey. The survey covered teens’ retail behavior and asked about their favorite social networks. Facebook and Instagram each got 23-percent of respondents to call them their favorite, while Twitter got 26-percent. One researcher noted, “The data point is likely unsurprising as the trend […]

Parents take note, Elev8.com is reporting that Johnson & Johnson is recalling 200,000 bottles of Morin Infant Drops. Click here to READ MORE.

Via Blackdoctor.org: Even if you don’t have children at home….please read.   Click here.