My journey into motherhood began at Thanksgiving, ten years ago. We were living in a new state with new jobs a thousand miles from family and I desperately wanted to be a mom. Seeing those two lines on the stick made my heart leap with excitement and my stomach do nervous somersaults. My sweet baby […]
Did you know that play reinforces language and literacy skills? You can sign up now for the Little Learner Fall program taking place at the Huntsville Library on Monroe Street. And it’s free!
Talking to your kids about race might seem overwhelming, especially in light of current events. A local mom and Certified Diversity Professional shares some great advice.
When a family member in the military comes home from active duty overseas, it can be incredibly difficult to assimilate to their communities. Thankfully, there are resources to help. The Huntsville chapter of Team Red White & Blue delivers consistent, local opportunities for veterans and the community to connect through physical and social activity. They […]
Today we kick off a new series called “Tales From the Trenches” where our Readers tell the stories. We want to hear from YOU – the scary, the funny, the outlandish, the sobering – send us your tales from the Parenthood Trenches and we’ll share them here.
We’ve been providing information about education here on RCM since 2011, and homeschooling is just one of those topics we’ve covered. We’ve collected a list of “Homeschool’s Greatest Hits” of our most popular posts.
It’s that time of year again folks. Depending on how your summer went you are either SUPER eager or SUPER bummed, but either way your little ones are headed back to school this week. If you’re like me, the beginning of the school year feels very much like January 1st. A lot of resolutions are made […]
While this post makes some references to IEPs and PECS, these tips can also be applied to students of all abilities. We consulted with some local special-needs teachers to create this list of tips to help your student start the year off positively.