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  • Connecting with kids: A prescription for ‘nature deficit disorder’

    Most adults have fallen short of intentions for connecting youngsters with nature since school ended in June. Sports camps and family summer schedules can get in the way of expanding …

  • Surprise, unconditional love built family of six

    In the photo, one blond angelic head leans against a brunette counterpart. Beaming smiles split cherubic cheeks. They are both just babies, I think, pulling the picture from its frame. …

  • ‘Musketeers’ hits stage at children’s theater

    It was a mad dash for young actors and actresses to jump into character for the first dress rehearsal of “The Three Musketeers.” The show opens Friday at Theater Arts …

  • Study looks at effects of day care

    Parents who worry they are forever damaging their children by dropping them off at day care every morning can find some comfort in a recent study that looked at academic …

  • Boy-for-sale ad triggers investigation

    For sale: One 4-year-old boy. That recent advertisement on a popular classifieds Web site has triggered a sheriff’s investigation into who was behind it.

  • Tips for hooking kids on skinny skiing

    •Snow suits are fine for toddlers, who spend much of their time rolling in the snow, but older kids need layers they can shed to avoid overheating. •Kids will learn …

  • Disney show will bring favorites to life

    For the preschool set, it’s one thing to watch Mickey Mouse, Tigger, Pooh and other Disney characters on television. But it’s a completely different experience for kids when the cartoons …

  • Rediscover Riverfront Park

    There’s no mistaking the excited squeals that echo off the cement walls at the Riverfront Park Pavilion: the rides remain a summer hit. Sure, the park turned 30 years old …

  • Family calendar

    Ongoing “It’s Nano’s World” - Introducing children and their families to the biological wonders and tools of the nano-sized world through 14 fun, interactive exhibits. On display Tuesday-May 15. Hours …

  • Are you really ready for Christmas?

    Shannon Sullivan thought she had planned the perfect Christmas morning for her 4-year-old son back in 2000. Presents under the tree. A full stocking.



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