I love kids. They're so uninhibited, curious and silly. But they are also a tad fragile. So, here are some comments from parents and parenting experts about why you shouldn't say these five things to kids.
Ugh. Fighting is just the worst. What sucks even more than that? Having to say you're sorry. We all have to do it at least once in our lives. Probably once a month if you're average. Here's how to do it the right way.
Sauk Rapids-Rice student Alex Landwehr has been battling Hodgkin lymphoma for too many years of his young life. His parents, Heidi and Aaron, know Alex is not out of the woods yet, but they're full of hope. And the whole family's learned some big lessons: Stay positive. Ask for help when you need it. Take one day at a time. And never give up.
Laugh along with Minnesota Legend Scott Hansen performing a benefit for Classics for Kids! Classics for Kids give every fourth grade student in St. Cloud, Sartell and Sauk Rapids the opportunity to hear the orchestra.
When I moved out, my dad gave me my own tool kit. He knew from me following him around the house and garage that I knew how to use them. He also told me that if I got stuck to call him and he would walk me through it. Now, here are ten things we women should know how to do on our own.
Earth Day is not officially until Sunday, but since we are celebrating it all weekend long here in St. Cloud starting today at the Health & Fitness Expo and 5K at SCSU, I figure now is a good time to brush up on some Earth Day Trivia.
Forget those that say "Kids" can't change the world. I read a heart warming story about a six-year old boy in East Texas who raised money to help his dad fight cancer. Drew Cox of Gladewater, Texas put up a lemonade stand outside his house this past Saturday and raised over $10,000!! His dad Randy was diagnosed with cancer a few months back and recently started chemotherapy. The family ha
Kristin Wolford (an Albany graduate) has been working as a missionary in the Dominican Republic and wanted to do more to help people there in need. So, she’s teamed up with ImpactLives, a Minneapolis-based, non-profit organization with a food-distribution program that allows people of all ages to get involved in the battle against hunger and this weekend you can get involved.
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