May 2013

Student to others with special needs: Don't let anything or anyone stand in your way

A young writer in special education classes hopes to inspire others to never give up even if life gets really hard. Read...

 

Mom: Adrian Peterson let my son down

How does a parent help their child when news breaks about their hero allegedly beating a child? Read...

 

A Chicago dad goes a little “Frozen” crazy

Caught up in the moment of his little girl turning 3, Matt Rocco finds himself crying into a Sven the Reindeer napkin. Think anyone noticed? Read...

 
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Common schooltime illnesses: Seeing your way through pink eye

Pink eye is so contagious. Knowing when to take action when your child presents with reddened eyes and what to do to keep everyone else healthy is key. Read...

 
 
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Chicago mom supports kid-free weddings

Rebecca loves kids and she loves weddings. Just not together.  Read...

 

Why one Chicago mom thinks you should dress up for school conferences

First impressions can make a difference when meeting your child's teacher. Read...

 

It's not fall, yet: Try this fun summer craft for Chicago families

Despite the chillier temps, Kari is hanging onto summer. It's technically not fall yet.  Read...

 

Learning to let kids take charge

Columnist Marianne Walsh discovered just what made her son tick. Read...

 

Create your own vibrant artwork from your favorite colored crayons

Use melted crayons on canvas to create amazing art with your kids. Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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