More babies are starting life with nature’s perfect food. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 75 percent of American newborns are now breastfed. That’s good news; breastfeeding has amazing benefits for both mom and baby. But when
There’s no denying that parenting is exhausting work. But having a baby doesn’t have to mean resigning yourself to months (and years) of sleepless nights. Armed with a bit of expert knowledge, you can help your little one sleep better—so
Even with all of the thousands of photographs that modern parents take of their children, many everyday moments still hold fast only in memory, never to be relived. Olympia paper cutting artist, Nikki McClure, seeks to recreate these images, and
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Community Foundation organizing Southwest Washington’s first-ever “day of giving.” The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington is organizing southwest Washington’s first-ever day of giving. The event, called Give More 24!, has seen more than 80 nonprofit participants register over the last three
Schools are always in need of parent helpers in the form of volunteers. Jobs or younger children at home often make taking the time to cut out triangles for the kindergarten classroom difficult, however volunteering for your child’s school does
For students, life-changing thoughts of attending college go hand in hand with sobering thoughts of how to fund a higher education degree. Most four-year graduates obtain their diploma in one hand and a whopping $30,000+ bill in the other hand.
Full disclosure. As a personal injury and wrongful death attorney, I don't deal with "online safety" issues all that much--unless of course you count my safety blog Make Safe--that just so happens to be housed online. Despite my legal naivety, as a
Back to school shopping is now in full swing and a backpack is probably on your list. When used properly a backpack is incredibly handy, especially since Vancouver Public Schools have not used lockers for many years, resulting in more