South Florida summers positively sizzle, and with children spending more time outdoors during the lazy, hazy days of the season, it’s important to remember to keep them protected from the heat. So, before they head out, make sure to:
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Take a mini “vacay” with day trips and excursions that won’t break the bank!
By now, unless you’re a total Fortnite noob, nub, or newbie (as newcomers to the wildly-popular video game are called by gamers), most parents know about the first-person shooter game that takes up so much of our children’s collective attention.
What makes a good father?
He shows you how to show love; he uses kind words, he shows compassion, he shows you how to be thankful and happy. He tells the truth and shows you how to help each other.
This spicy summer salad is topped with popcorn for a crunch like croutons.
A father’s involvement can go a long way toward contributing to a child's social and academic development.
Sunny days are an almost year-round thing in South Florida, but the summer months bring more time spent outdoors – and a greater risk of exposing children to harmful rays. Here’s how to minimize the danger:
What do mothers do to make children happy?
My mother makes me happy when we go to the Miami Seaquarium. I see fish and sharks!
- Emillano, 6
They take you out when you’re bored and help you with stuff you don’t know.
- Tangie, 10