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- Travel blogger Sara Kendall continues her beach series on North Carolina's Brunswick Islands. Encompassing six separate beach communities spread out on five barrier islands. This week's installment includes details on the fabulous family destination of Holden Beach.
- What's not for kids to love about this scrumptious and fun recipe? Susan Caldwell of Flour Power Kids Cooking Studio in Charlotte says these are a favorite treat in her household and that little hands love rolling out the dough. Get your kids in the kitchen & get cooking!
- Are parents really helping their kids follow their dreams or are they setting them up with the false notion that they can do whatever they set their minds to? Writer Suzanne Broughton is focusing on teaching perseverance and responsibility, and thinks kids would be better served if more parents focused on these types of traits instead of reaching their dreams.
- In many parent-teen relationships, the teens desire for freedom and the parents desire for responsible behavior are in a state of tension. But John Rosemond thinks there's an easy way to prevent it from happening in the first place, and that is for the parent to give the teen the freedom the parent wants him to learn to handle, along with the means of handling it.
- This isn't your parents' circus....Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® brings the unbelievable to children of all ages in a new show - Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Presents LEGENDS. Big cats, motorcycle daredevils, acrobats on bikes, Asian elephants, and a never before seen flying trapeze act - this show really is the greatest on Earth!
Why dont doctors always give antiviral drugs for influenza?
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- Why dont doctors always give antiviral drugs for influenza?
January 27 - February 2Queen City Buzz shares this week's adventures, outings and event for you and your little ones.
A recent case in Maryland opens dialogue about when kids are old enough to be on their own.
Easier said than done, but a necessary skill for kids with electronic devices.
Celebrity Baby Scoop shares the 7th Annual Reader's Choice Awards results.
From car seats to food allergies, new rules are in place for many long-held parenting practices.
Enter to win 6 books from TIME Magazine's Best Young Adult & Children's Books.
Keep your child safe while traveling with these temporary safety tattoos.
Developing a love of reading requires a great home library. Whether you're buying the books to have or borrowing them from a local library, these 20 picture books are the perfect place to start!
As your young reader becomes more independent, finding great series for them to experience is both necessary and easy with Gi Hallmark's guide to chapter books.
The Deal Diva's tips to getting the best bargains when Harris Teeter holds their Super Double Coupon event. Start clipping & saving!
Eating out doesn't have to cost a fortune. Check out these free -- or nearly free -- restaurant deals for kids.
As STEM-based education is becoming more popular, there are plenty of opportunities available to immerse your child in STEM-based learning at home.
Looking for activities for your little ones to get involved in? Check out our list of art, dance, gymnastics and swimming classes for kids.
Free and inexpensive ways to find fun with your children all over town.
Best Bets From Our Calendar
The classic fairytale will be performed 1/29 - 2/1.
Learn more about the school on 1/29.
FREE community shows by their Youth Ensembles that are fun for the entire family during the month of Janaury.
Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Presents LEGENDS, January 28-February 1.
Artist Laurie Richardson hosts small group 13-week art lessons in her SouthPark studio.