I'm lucky. Neither of our daughters were biters. Well, I take that back. Both of them tried to bite me when they were still breastfeeding, but you know what? Mama don't play that! They learned early on not to bite with a tiny pat on their diapered heinies. But biting for some preschoolers is a… Continue reading Do You Have a Little Biter?
Borders and the Princeton Review have teamed up to offer parents and their budding college students free seminars on the best way to get into college. The 90-minute seminars will dispel common myths about the college process and will offer helpful advice about writing admissions essays and why it is a smart idea to start… Continue reading FREE "Getting Into College" Seminars Hosted by Borders
September is Sickle Cell Anemia month and the Red Cross needs donors to help 70,000 sufferers nationwide. Sickle Cell Anemia, a disease that causes red blood cells to turn sickle shaped, affects African-Americans predominately. In fact, one in every twelve African-Americans carries the Sickle Cell trait. People who have Sickle Cell Anemia typically must undergo… Continue reading Give Blood For Sickle Cell Anemia Month