Category: Family Time

A Teacher’s Advice: How to Keep Your Children Learning All Summer

By Guest Blogger Kelly Nichols Our world is fast-paced and ever-changing. While that is often positive and productive, moving forward rapidly can leave holes in us as...

Blueberry Picking in the Triad

By Katie Moosbrugger It is officially blueberry season! As always, we recommend you call or check the farm’s web site to confirm the status of their fruit before...

Surviving Deployments with 4 Kids

By Guest Blogger Meka Harrell, author of the blog Hanging with the Harrells As I celebrate this 4th of July holiday, I can’t help but think about my...

Fun Fourth Food

By Guest Bloggers Kristi Marion Johnson and Emily Eileen Carter July is a hot month full of pool parties, baseball games and the most patriotic of American holidays,...

Fourth of July Events in the Triad ~ 2017

By Katie Moosbrugger Looking for a fun, safe environment to watch fireworks this Fourth of July? Or are you interested in a more historical celebration of our nation’s...

5 Things Your Family Can Do to Fight Hunger

By Guest Blogger Gwen Frisbie-Fulton with Second Harvest Food Bank When many of us think summer, we think summer food: hot dogs, popsicles, and watermelon. However,...

Things to Do with Your Teen this Summer

By Guest Blogger Kelly Hines “Hey, what do you think about going on a cruise?” I am talking to my 16 year old daughter, or rather the back of her head, trying in...

Play with Your Food: Theme Dinners for Kids

By Guest Blogger Andrea Everhart, author/writer and owner of Kids Theme Dinners I used to love to cook. The kitchen was my playspace and I would spend hours planning,...

Where to Find Splash Parks & Water Slides

By Katie Moosbrugger Splash parks and spraygrounds are literally springing up all over the Triad! Since we ran this list last year, we discovered several new parks that...

Day Trip Idea: Geocaching

By Guest Blogger Ryan Leigh Runyon Several years ago, some friends introduced me to geocaching. I’d read about it before, but hadn’t experienced it until they...