September 8, 2010 - 5:36pm
Boys fall consistently behind in organizational skills. How can he save face and you save your sanity? File on, little men, file on.
I am a teacher of sixth grade English and a mother of one son--I know the hell that is the backpack of a boy. Inside, papers copulate and fray themselves in a chaotic frenzy. They disappear and miraculously reappear long past important deadlines or anyone's ability to care anymore. Crisp from...
August 1, 2012 - 5:45am
Join us this Fall for an assortment of Teen Connection events open to youth in grades 6TH through 8TH!
TEN PIN BOWLING
Sunday, September 12 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Includes two games of bowling and shoe rental.
LIMOS AROUND LOUISVILLE
Sunday, October 3...
September 5, 2010 - 8:18pm
Like everyone else with small children and no babysitter that staid in Louisville over Labor Day weekend (or so it seemed), my family joined the zoo at the zoo. This time, we even ogled at some dinosaurs.
Over the summer the zoo was one of my family's frequent stops. We received a family membership for Christmas, so we got our money's worth by making bi-weekly stops to visit the gorillas that may or may not eat their own feces depending on their mood, the Gila Monsters my son caught "sexing...
September 8, 2010 - 1:11pm
Whether you're grooming your child for her spot on the Disney channel or simply looking for a healthy outlet for all of that energy, check into Milestone Fitness' Hip-Hop Dance Classes for Toddlers.
My husband bought my son his first Michael Jackson album last week. You would now think a herd of buffalos reside upstairs as my son has taken to transforming his once Star-Wars/Knight/anything-that-battles-with-weapons themed bedroom into a dance club. Behind closed doors, he darns headbands...
September 8, 2010 - 1:22pm
Louisville's WorldFest--where the family can share a falafel, salsa dance, and paint their hands in henna. A beautiful Louisville tradition that celebrates the city's diversity.
Woven through the tapestry of our humble city, coloring our land-locked valley are countless immigrants that call Louisville home. Often-times we step outside our doors and casually wave to the mono-chromatic neighbors that surround us, but rarely do we have the pleasure of celebrating the...