MS. SIMPLICITY Skills I Want My Boys To Have
Raising children is a slippery slope at times. We have to compete against friends and the media and our busy schedules to try to mold and grow children into productive members of society. I have one c... Posted on 5/3/13 at 9:52 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Things I Learned from the Family Reunion
I learned all kinds of crazy things about my family from my family reunion. Somebody made a disc of pictures from my great-grandmother, and that was pretty instructive too.
1. My ancestors on my moth... Posted on 7/27/12 at 10:47 AM
STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY Off they go
As the mom of three kids, I know what it is like to say good-bye. All three have left home, they have lives of their own that dont revolve around Mom and Dad anymore, and my husband Eric and I had to ... Posted on 7/24/12 at 4:03 AM
NOT ALONE MOM A Great-Grand Perspective!
Since my last blog, A Moved Mom, I have been receiving several requests via email, my website, blog comments, etc. all with one very specific request: that my grandmother share her writings referenced... Posted on 4/28/12 at 2:14 PM
The parents of Tamerlan Tsarnaev insisted Sunday that he came to Dagestan and Chechnya last year to visit relatives and had nothing to do with the militants operating in the volatile part of Russia, with his father saying he slept a lot of the time. But the Boston bombing suspect couldn't have been immune to the attacks that savaged the region during his six-month stay.
The parents of a 15-year-old California girl who took her own life after she was sexually abused and an explicit photo of the assault circulated among her classmates want the three boys who have been arrested in the case prosecuted as adults, a lawyer for the family says.
A teenager adopted by an American couple has returned to Russia, claiming that his adoptive family treated him badly and that he lived on the streets of Philadelphia and stole just to survive, Russian state media reported.
First United Methodist Church is forming a group called Parent Support Network on April 16. The group will meet monthly to provide an opportunity for parents to come together for mutual support and affirmation.
Monthly meetings will vary in format, topic and discussion centering around issues of child rearing for children of all ages.
In observance of National Poison Prevention Week March 14-20, the North Dakota Department of Health is encouraging North Dakotans to take measures to avoid unintentional poisonings of children, according to Diana Read, Injury/Violence Prevention Program director for the Department of Health.
It’s a situation too agonizing to contemplate — a child dying and in pain. Now a small but provocative study suggests that doctors may be giving fatal morphine doses to a few children dying of cancer, to end their suffering at their parents’ request.
A handful of parents told researchers that they had asked doctors to hasten their children’s deaths — and that doctors complied, using high doses of the powerful painkiller.
By Lindsey Tanner, The Associated Press
, March 02, 2010
Parent’s night for the Jamestown High School girls’ hockey team will be held on Friday night at Wilson Arena as the Blue Jays take on Bismarck at 7 p.m.
The event was originally planned for Jan. 22, but was pushed back a week because of the weather.
A pair of sparkly, peekaboo shoes with heels 2 inches high are favorites of 6-year-old Helena Bell ever since she got them for a wedding.
“She’s worn them to the point where the jewels have fallen off,” said Helena’s mother, Dana Bell of Woodland Hills, Calif. “It’s not my preference, but I’ve stopped fighting it.”
By Jamie Stengle, The Associated Press
, January 20, 2010
A man who was convicted for telling a fellow inmate he wanted to kill President Bush has been released to the custody of his parents.
Daniel Cvijanovich served 19 months in prison and was transferred to a halfway house in October, where he was originally ordered to stay for one year. Cvijanovich asked to be released early, saying he had followed all court orders.
Parents of Fargo middle school students can soon test their children for drugs.
Project 7th Grade, a Phoenix, Ariz.-based group, provides the kits to school systems, police and other organizations at no charge. The tests rely on urine samples.
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