Although many parents anticipate their child's bedtime as a point in the day when they can finally enjoy some peace and quiet, there are those moms and dads who dread bedtime, which can be frustrating for even the most level headed parents.
Reality television has garnered its share of devoted viewers, many of whom happen to be young females. Statistics indicate the number of tween and teenage girls tuning into to see their favorite reality TV is on the rise.
The Athens NEWS Spotlight on Kids, our annual lead up to KidFest,
highlights the many ways to keep your children clothed, healthy and
having fun. Check out our digital edition to read all the articles.
Adults may find they don't have enough time to do all the things they
wish they could. Commitments to work, family and friends often leave
individuals with little time for anything, including themselves.
Keeping kids at a healthy weight involves a little creativity. After
all, parents can't simply drop their sons and daughters off at the local
gym. Masking fitness as fun activities can help make children more
enthusiastic about fitness.
A child goes through approximately eight clothing size changes in the
first two years of life. As he or she continues to grow, it's not
unlikely to see clothing sizes increase every six to 12 months, and then
annually once the child enters school. It can be an expensive venture
to clothe a child, and many parents express frustration about having to
frequently shop for children's clothing.