Through the eyes of a child, Thanksgiving is a letdown holiday. Sandwiched between the candy rush of October and gift giving holidays of December, it seems like more of a holiday for the adults. To make matters worse, typically, kids are seated at a separate table, shushed during the football game and sent from the room just as the conversation gets good. This year, let’s make this holiday more kid-friendly.
Here comes the holidays barreling down the calendar track. Are you frantic, checking an endless litany of musts off your overloaded holiday to-do list each day? Even if you feel great about the approaching holidays, and are mostly on top of all of the extra tasks that come with them, you can still hit your limit now and then.
If you’re trying to get your family to eat healthy, navigating through Halloween can be a huge challenge. The thought of our kids eating all that sugar can knock everyone off kilter! While candy may never qualify as “healthy” and should always be consumed in small
If 10 parents were asked about how much added sugar their child consumes each day,there’s a good chance that at least 9 of them will have no clue or will underestimate it. In fact, research published in the International Journal of Obesity reported that 92 percent of the parents surveyed in the study underestimated the added sugar content in foods and beverages.