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What is Your Family Planning This Summer?

Is it ever too early to start thinking about summertime plans? For many families, summer is a time of the year to get away from it all. Whether this means school, work, holidays or other things, all families need a break. With that in mind, what is your family planning this summer? From Vacations to Camp, Make it Fun So that your family has the best chance to make it a fun summer, keep these ideas in mind: Vacation – One or more family summer vacations gives all something to

Is Your Young Child Exhibiting Symptoms Of A Language Disorder?

If by preschool age, you find your child is struggling with speaking, if there’s an inability to join words together, or grasp simple grammatical concepts when putting together short sentences, they might be experiencing speech-language delays. These difficulties can manifest in the production of speech, the understanding or comprehension of words, or more subtle challenges. A child for example may be able to follow directions or identify objects when asked, but struggle to produce complex

Great Gift Ideas for Kids with Summer Birthdays

When you’re a kid your birthday is a big deal. I remember being younger and thinking if only I had a summertime birthday I could have a pool party, it would be warm outside, and everyone would be in the midst of the summer break mindset. Yet somehow, my friends with summer birthdays had a different idea. They always complained about how everyone was always on vacation during their birthday month, pool parties were only cool if all your friends could be there. Either way we all know that the

3 Tips for Couples Wanting to Have Kids

Are you as a couple anxious to start a family? If so, everything typically has to fall into place for things to work out for the best. For example, when looking at the situation from a health point of view, both the prospective mom and dad need a relatively good bill of health to produce a child. Yes, there certainly are the exceptions to the rule, but two healthy parents are certainly better than one or even zero healthy adults. On the financial front, having a child seems to get costlier each