Jun 3rd, 2011
We all want our kids to grow. So what should we do to help our kids grow out of their comfort zone? These simple steps will set your child on a lifelong path of doing what it takes to grow and flourish.
May 12th, 2011
Continuing with our series of summer activities for children, here are two for your budding musicians. Making a wind chime and crafting musical instruments can keep your kids occupied for many hours on a hot summer afternoon.
May 8th, 2011
Most people share flowers for mother’s day but mothers deserve much more than that. Our loving mom is an angel sent by God to take care of us.
Apr 26th, 2011
The end of April in India is when the heat is fierce and afternoons become too hot to go out in the sun. If your kids are getting bored with the lack of outdoor play this summer, here are two fun indoor kids games you can play anytime, anywhere.
Apr 18th, 2011
Children, at very young ages, have to deal with feelings of anger and rage. An inability to resolve anger issues in children will likely encourage a pattern of anger throughout their teenage years and into adulthood.
Apr 15th, 2011
Taking care of your emotional well-being means that you recognize that you cause your own feelings with your thoughts and actions. When you think and behave in ways that are unloving to yourself or others - that are not in your highest good - you will be unhappy.
Apr 13th, 2011
Organic gardening is a green summer activity that can last the entire vacation. Helping the kids grow their own organic garden is fun and they’ll be able to reap the benefits before school starts again by harvesting their own vegetables.
Apr 6th, 2011
Summertime, kids, and outdoor activities are meant to go together. If your kids are spending too much time in front of the computer or TV screen this vacation, here are two fun summer activities that you can all enjoy outdoors.
Apr 2nd, 2011
It's important to take precautions all year-round to protect your children's young skin from the sun. It is especially important in the summertime when the sun is at its hottest. The best way to prevent sunburns, heatstroke and dehydration is to stay out of the sun. But that isn’t practical or very fun.