Does your teen or tween love to attend NerdCon, HamaCon, or the Huntsville Comic Con? Finding a good local LARP group could be right up their alley.
You know it’s summer in North Alabama when the Athens Kiddie Carnival is open! Read our Parent Review about this fantastic summer tradition for families with young children.
If you’re looking for a family road trip story gone horribly wrong written in the style of Hunter S. Thompson this is for you – it’s gonzo parenting at its best!
All those awesome family vacations on Facebook and Instagram… Why do OUR vacations never quite work out like what we see on social media?
Just in time for the summer, we’ve got a list of Sensory Friendly movies for kids and adults on the Autism Spectrum – and anyone else who might like the volume turned down just a bit.
Guest Contributor / Money, Teens and Tweens / Ask the Expert financial advice, family financial advice, financial advice for grads, financial advice for graduates, Nicholas Rockhill, Progress Bank / 0 Comments
We asked a local expert from Progress Bank your questions about financial advice for graduates. These tips could really help out your college-bound kid!
A few years ago I ran across a Ted talk given by a social psychologist at Harvard that posited that using the “Wonder Woman” pose for two minutes a day could raise testosterone levels, lower cortisol levels, and help to make women (and men) more powerful and confident. The Importance of Pretending It’s an intriguing idea. […]
Stephenie Walker / Parenting, Tales From the Trenches, Teens and Tweens / emotional parenting, emotional toil of parenting teens, guard my heart, parenting teen, parenting teens, protecting your heart, teen parenting / 1 Comment
How does a mom prepare herself for her child’s teenage years lurking around the corner? By toughening up her heart.
It can be easy to lose sight of the positives that these challenges can bring to the people that they are growing to become. Let’s focus on special needs strengths today.
Rocket City Mom / Community Caring, Teens and Tweens / Huntsville Library volunteer, summer volunteer programs huntsville, teen volunteer huntsville, the volunteer center huntsville, volunteer huntsville / 4 Comments
Summer is a great time for your teenage to work in some valuable volunteer time. Luckily for them – and for you – there are lots of places to do that in Huntsville and North Alabama this summer!
Guest Contributor / Community Caring, Teens and Tweens / Amelia Ragland, Aparna Vuppala, Huntsville Hospital, SPEAK, SPEAK Huntsville, suicide Huntsville, suicide prevention, suicide prevention huntsville / 0 Comments
Did you know suicide is now the second-leading cause of death for Alabama children 10-14 years old, behind only car wrecks? If you just did a double-take, you need to read more about SPEAK.