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A Dentist Office Kids Don’t Like to Leave

A parenting struggle many of us share is getting kids to the dentist without resistance. It’s not often that kids actually want to go to the dentist. At Findlay Dental Group kids not only want to go to the dentist, but they also don’t want to leave! Dr. Kathryn Lewis works hard to treat her patients

Top Parenting Hacks

Bedtimes and potty training and groceries…oh my! Parenting is not for the faint of heart. Often it can be as overwhelming as lions and tigers and bears. We asked local parents for tips on potty training, getting kids to do chores and other common challenges. And Findlay parents, delivered. Settle in and take note of

Back to School Guide: The best websites for STEM

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math: STEM. That’s what the education buzz is about these days. Your kids love their screen time. Why not direct them to programs, games and sites that will teach them important educational skills while they have a great time?  Here are some of the best games and websites for interacting with

Family Favorites 2016

Time to Party Place for a Birthday Bash Awakening Minds Art 515 S Main St 419-302-3892 AwakeningMindsArt.org Runner Up: Flashover Indoor Sports Place to Buy a Birthday Cake Buggy Whip Bakery 111 E Crawford St 567-301-2203 Buggywhipcakes.com Get a unique birthday cake specifically for your child at Buggy Whip Bakery. They offer a wide variety

Celebrating Father’s Day

Walter Miller Hometown: Findlay, Originally from Midland, TX Children: Colin (14), Izzy (13) Wife: Alice What’s your favorite thing to do with your kids? My favorite activity is simple: Time together as a family. Everyone is busy trying to balance their lives between work, family, school events, community and church activities, and the other demands society

The Flavor of Findlay

Build the perfect Easter basket with Jelly Belly jelly beans! From their infamous start in 1869, to the addition of mini jelly beans infused with flavors in the center, Jelly Belly has been an American favorite. Popularized in 1980 by then President Ronald Reagan, about 3.5 tons were shipped to Washington, D.C., for his 1981