325 students from 35 countries and 25 U.S. states, including Findlay High School student Kayla Johnson, participated in a week-long program in Huntsville, Alabama.
‘Highlights’ offers its 10th Kids Survey. As parents, it is essential that we look beyond what our children are “saying” to what they are “feeling”. Children are tangible. They connect feelings with people, places, things: the concrete. Stages of cognitive development in children don’t always allow for them be able to express abstractly or conceptually how something affects them. But they are certainly developing awarenesses along the way, and we can help.
Vacations offer more than just fun— they provide children a chance to interact with new people and new cultures. Whether you take a 10-hour plane trip or a 4-hour car ride, traveling with kids can be stressful.
Let’s face it. Once you become a parent, your child’s needs take priority. Having time for yourself without responding to the demands of others seems like a luxury.
What do Labradoodles, ball pits and waterfalls have in common? They are all part of the alternative methods used by Sunshine Institute, a mental health practice located in Findlay.
Cortney Mumaugh, owner of Little Monkey Kitchen, began the business shortly after her son was diagnosed with food allergies. Once she perfected baking allergy-friendly treats for her own family, it didn’t take long before others with food allergies were requesting baked goods.