Every time that crisp autumn air rolls into town, most kids and parents experience one of a variety of emotional extremes. Dread, elation, excitement, apathy…no matter which side of the coin you’re on, your feelings about the back-to-school season are likely to be passionate. So where do you stand this September? Are you all smiles or full of frowns after Labor Day comes around?
Transitioning to fall means the end of endless summer days and the start school morning routines and a need for some DIY back-to-school organization. Still, most moms agree that the transition will go a lot more smoothly if you plan ahead for the change in lifestyle
Traveling with kids is stressful enough any time of year, without the extra headache caused by gridlocked roads or delayed airplanes. Let’s not try to ignore it: Public travel is one of the easiest ways to catch germs that cause colds and the flu. If you and your family are traveling this November, follow these helpful tips to avoid bringing germs back with you as extra baggage.