March 2010

Chicago Parent

25th anniversary compilations not to miss

Music For Little People will commemorate this milestone by releasing a series of CD compilations throughout the year.  Read...

 

Good Sense Eating | Navigating the cereal aisle minefield

A study released late last fall confirmed what we always suspected: The least healthy cereals are the ones most often marketed towards kids. Read...

 

Parenting Isn't for Sissies | How to tell your kids you're sick

A parent's chronic illness can rock a family to its core, but how you talk with your children about your illness makes a huge difference in how they cope. Read...

 

Editor's Note | Signs of hope, work yet to do for kids living in poverty

The economy may be on the (slow) road to recovery, but consider this: 1 in 5 Illinois children under the age of 6 are living in poverty.  Read...

 

My Life | The Lonely Dad Tango

A recent Daddy-Daughter dance shows one father what the future holds -- and what he can't hold onto.  Read...

 

Stop losing the keys: How to boost your short-term memory

Chimps beat humans in a recent test of short-term memory. Take our quiz and try these memory-boosting tips to get back up to par. Read...

 

A Mom's Life Top 5 A Mom’s Life Top Five | Get your March Madness on

March Madness, when 64 college basketball teams will shoot it out to become the NCAA men’s Division I champion, is definitely worth a watch. Here are five reasons why. Read...

 

How to feed your vegetarian child

For a meat-loving family, a vegetarian child can be a real challenge. Here's how to keep your new veggie-lover healthy and keep your sanity. Read...

 

Luck of the Irish

As you celebrate all things Irish, don’t forget to include Chicago’s smallest revelers in the festivities (minus the green beer, of course). Here are three simple ideas to get your little leprechauns in the mood. Read...

 
 





 
 
 
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