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An Alexandria-based company has a shot at landing a commercial spot during this year's Super Bowl.
The idiom, "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree," might apply to some parents and kids, but not all. In fact, in most families, the apple does fall far from the tree.
For most, school is back in session. And that can make things a little busy for both kids and parents.
Moving into a new home can be an exciting, but often overwhelming and stressful, experience. And a move with children in tow can prove to be even trickier, as feelings of anxiety and nervousness about the change in their new surroundings creep on. Here are some tips for your next family move.
While a break from homework and a more relaxed schedule in the summertime is a welcomed change of pace, that doesn't mean you won't hear "I'm bored" from the kids. Here are some active and engaging activities for summertime fun.
Now that school is out and summer is in full swing, what are you doing to make sure your kids stay healthy over the break?
In-home day care operators say the increase that will allow them to add two more children in their homes may not be worth the effort.
For adults, gardening can be one of the most rewarding activities of summer. However, getting kids to enjoy the same activity may present challenges for some parents and caregivers. Several area experts offer advice and tips on making gardening a fun, healthy and rewarding summer activity for youth.
Three fitness trainers, who are also fathers, share their family exercise routines. From running, to bowling, to playing on a jungle gym, even families without a built-in personal trainer can find inexpensive ways to exercise together.
In emergency situations, kids often rely on adults to keep them safe. But if they're alone, do they know what to do?
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