It's particularly important because communication is being challenged every day by the shield of technology.
No camp? No problem.
Don't abandon all hope for an adult beverage in the sunshine! But also, kind of do.
Because it really isn't, you know. If we keep on entertaining our kids, they will never learn to entertain themselves.
These ideas are a great way to get your kids outdoors!
Living and housing expenses in Canadian cities are pretty heavy right now. If you're a Millennial like me, you're likely paying off a student loan, car payments, your first mortgage, or all three. There often isn't much left over at the end of the month to enjoy the much-needed and all-too-fleeting summer sunshine. So what's a thrifty city dweller to do?
These activities can help you answer all the questions your kids have about water!
Time to break out the sidewalk chalk!
Nowadays, businesses are not only more aware of autism, some are willingly offering special accommodations. They are meeting families where they're at -- so kids like mine can enjoy what's on offer along with everybody else. The following autism friendly attractions is by no means exhaustive, and I would love nothing better than to see this list grow.
Let’s face it — kids love explosions. Why not make them educational? Exploding science experiments are a safe and fun way