I know I’m the guy that’s usually good for a few laughs (I hope!), but this month’s topic is one I take very seriously, and very personally. My wife and I spent ten years trying to have our daughter. Ten
When Laura Shannon started her engineering program at Washington State University Vancouver, she noticed the need for a community of other female engineers to join forces and support each other. Shannon and another female engineering student were working on a
The changing pregnant body may be one of Mother Nature’s more astonishing feats, but nothing grounds us like the aches and pains that tag along for the journey. Luckily, expectant mothers can address most pregnancy pain gently, safely and effectively. Why
To view our annual spring break camp guide, with fun day camp options for ages 4 through teen, pick up a copy of the March 2019 issue at any of these locations, or view the digital archive copy here.
“I want to hear the fishy song again,” Elijah grinned. We reconfigured the goldfish crackers on the table and repeated our silly little song: “Five little fishies swimming near the shore, one swam away . . . and then there
Parents do many things to prepare for the arrival of a new baby - decorating the nursery, buying a car seat and stroller, selecting a name and so much more. No matter how much preparation you do, the unexpected can
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)'s newest featured exhibition spans the full STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) spectrum, all brought together through the wonder of storytelling and entertainment. The Science Behind Pixar, opening February 23 and running
Vancouver Family Magazine presents the 13th annual Children's Festival at Vancouver Mall! Free event for families including free face painting by Kelsey the Face Painting Lady, free balloon art by Tuxedo Jimmy, dance performances, games, prizes, activities and more. Join