Resolution refocus: Spring style for Chicago moms
By | Milk n Honee
10:39 AM - March 5
Spring will (hopefully) be here soon. Now is the time to refocus on the style resolutions you made at the beginning of the year.
Group selfies can lead to lice infestation in Chicago teens
1:45 PM - March 4
Experts say phenomena of group selfies could result in more lice cases among teenagers
Put technology to work to help Chicago kids discover the world around them
11:54 AM - March 4
Technology can be used to help kids do everything from map the skies to creating their own digital scrapbook. Here are 5 ideas to bring out the natural curiosity in your child.
Chicago mom navigates the competitive world of Preschool sign up
By | Pinwheel
11:16 AM - March 4
Camping out overnight in freezing Chicago temps to secure a coveted morning Preschool spot is just not something Rebecca is willing to do. Call her a slacker mom all you want, at least she's warm.
Chicago mom is positively negative about winter
By | Erin Skibinski
10:25 AM - March 4
Erin is a "glass half full" kind of gal. She's positive and cheerful about just about everything . . . except winter. Yes, she's positively OVER this winter.
The ugly truth about gummy vitamins and candies
By Jasmine Jafferali | Healthy Jasmine
4:50 PM - March 3
With both February's Dental Health Month and March's National Nutrition Month in mind, Jasmine Jafferali reached out to local pediatric dentist Dr. Sam Park about gummy vitamins and treats.
Chicago Parent is a winner, judges decide
3:17 PM - March 3
Chicago Parent is honored with 13 national awards for its work in 2013.
Healthy Children's Expo in Rosemont ideal for Chicago families
1:18 PM - March 3
Parents and kids will get lot of tips on healthy eating and healthy living while having fun together at this weekend's Healthy Children Conference and Expo.
Chicago mom: Coping with an ADD diagnosis
By | A Gracefull Life
11:15 AM - March 3
One Chicago mom at the very beginning of her daughter's journey with Attention Deficit Disorder is determined not to let the diagnosis define who her little girl is or what she can accomplish.