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Allowances for Kids? Take the Poll!

in Family Life

Should children be given an allowance? Take the poll.

Relearning the Lost Art of Listening

in Health and Wellness, Family Life, Cheryl Brodnax

I’m a counselor; it’s a job requirement to be a good listener. Sometimes I wonder how I landed this gig because I haven’t always been a good listener.

Laying Down the Foundation: STEM, STEAM, and STREAM: What is it?

in Summer Fun, School

Children often have different interests from one another. Some may take interest in sports, some in cooking or baking, and some in collecting objects like buttons or coins. Occasionally, parents may take notice that their children are taking an inter

Contentment in Uncertain Times

in Faith

Our world has undergone enormous change in just a few months. Who would have ever thought we would be talking about the good old days of just last year? In a period of only two months, we have seen unemployment go from record lows to record highs.

Kids with Guns at School

in Health and Wellness, Family Life

“The year was 1965. My brother and I attended a small country school. It was not uncommon for students to drive to school with weapons on gun-racks in pickup trucks. Rifles, shotguns, and pistols of all shapes and sizes could be found in the parking

Why Music Education Matters

in Things To Do, Family Life, School

Music plays an important role in our lives. Whether we’re strumming along to our favorite song, singing in the car with the kiddos in the backseat, or playing the keyboard (or piano) during a family singalong, music lifts our spirits and provides us

Dodge City, Kansas

in Get Out of Town

History abounds in this former gun-slinging town, famous in American culture for its fabled past as a wild frontier settlement of the Old West. Over the years, the town retained its notoriety, thanks to the many tales told about Dodge City lawman, W

Cason C.

in Cover Kid

2019-20 Cover Kid Cason C. brought his own poses to his photo shoot for the August issue. As a first time Cover Kid, Cason made getting the perfect photo look easy. The second he got in front of the camera, his true personality came out.

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That Was Summer?

in A Day in the Life of Dad

Really? Did we have summer already and now we are going back to school (or trying to)?

Stop Overparenting & Raise an Adult

in Health and Wellness, Family Life

Imagine spending all this time and energy raising your kids, and then when you send them off to college someday, you still have to call to wake them up every morning to make sure they get to class on time. Sounds shocking, right? When I was in colleg

When Toddlers Say No!

in Health and Wellness, Family Life

The moment your child utters her first word, you’ll probably want to announce it to the world, while quickly marking the occasion in her baby book. You probably won’t be so thrilled, however, when her word of choice evolves into the very opinionated

Maddie Wilson

in One Amazing Kid

Turning 14 this month, Maddie Wilson already has experience as an attorney through Teen Court of Greater Baton Rouge. The diversion program helps teen offenders stay out of the judicial system and lower rates of recidivism. Starting ninth grade at St