Classifying Your Kids’ Friends

We parents are always on the heightened prowl to keep our kids engaged and running in supportive and worthwhile social circles.  Part of our job as good parents is to […]

Child Safety Series: Baby Safety Month

Each month this series will provide important facts and tips surrounding child safety, in an effort to support parents and caregivers as they navigate reducing risks and creating the safest […]

No-Mess Painting Projects for Your Littles

There’s something really amazing that happens when you let a child get creative with paint and play!  And for my mother that amazing thing was learning how much she loved […]

Smart Start of Forsyth County

The importance of early childhood education cannot be overstated. Early childhood education sets the foundation for a child’s future development, providing a strong base for lifelong learning, and also helps […]

TVFMS – A Father’s Perspective

A Senior Woman with a Freshman Mind Years ago, in my junior year of college as I sat in my Art History class on the first night, I witnessed an […]

A Mom’s Advice on the Rocky Road of Puberty

“I want to wear a bra.  All the other girls are wearing one.”  I stared into my daughter’s eyes, which reflected excitement to leave childhood behind.  As we shopped for […]

Plans, Schedules, and Effective Habits

Summer provides time for growth, rejuvenation, and reinvention. The month of August should reveal a transformed student ready for the new school year.  It leads to anticipation with unlimited potential.  […]