Resources, Schools, and Gyms for Moms and Kids

Resources, Schools, and Gyms for Moms and Kids

By Rachel Hoeing In today’s Sunday Spotlight: Open House at Greensboro Day School Level Up Obstacle Fitness Love Languages of Children & Teens Triad Child & Family Counseling SWIPEBY: Making Life Easier for Busy Moms   Come Out and See What...
A Funnel Cloud with a Silver Lining

A Funnel Cloud with a Silver Lining

By Guest Blogger Don Milholin As Executive Director and President of Out of the Garden Project, the largest charity in the Piedmont whose mission is feeding children and their families, I generally wouldn’t classify my Sunday nights as spectacular. However, on April...
The First Pancake

The First Pancake

By Kelly Hines I lovingly refer to my oldest child as our ‘first pancake’. Every experience with her is new. I have no frame of reference and rely on instinct, advice from friends, and a good amount of guesswork. Much like the first pancake of the bunch, the result is...
When My Daughters Say Me Too

When My Daughters Say Me Too

By Maria Adele Paredes, PhD, LPCS, CEDS-S, Three Birds Counseling There are now three little girls under our roof who can say the word “No.” Our almost-18 month old looked up at me when I said to give back a sharpie marker she wasn’t supposed to...
Raising Siblings Who Like Each Other

Raising Siblings Who Like Each Other

By Guest Blogger Clare Jordan A friend recently asked me how our twins get along together so well. I’ve often said that for two people who’ve spent almost every waking hour of their 17 years together, they do remarkably well. But there is really a lot more to it....
Month Number Eight

Month Number Eight

By Guest Blogger Andrea Ropko August and I have a complex relationship. Something happens to me that does not occur during any other month of the calendar year. I think it is safe to speculate that its origin is fundamentally rooted in having had pretty much my entire...