It is Spring and your child (or youth) has tests (e.g. Provincial Achievement Tests, year-end tests) in June that they will need to study for. Ideally, your child has consistently learned new academic skills throughout the year by balancing homework with social activities, exercise and plenty of sleep.
Dad is an original. So why does he always get the same old gifts for Father’s Day? Maybe it’s time to think outside the gift box and come up with some original Father’s Day gifts. This list of gift suggestions is organized by dad types, because, after all, most dads have specific passions and attitudes that make them who they are.
Most kids are potty trained and can consistently wake up dry in the morning by age four. But if your child isn’t among them, you’re not alone. Over 5 million kids continue to wet the bed after age six, according to the National Kidney Foundation (NKF). Bedwetting, medically known as “nocturnal enuresis”, is so common among school-age kids that it’s not typically a cause for concern.
Out of sight, out of mind? Not so fast. With today’s multiple ways to connect, frequent business travel is no excuse for you and your spouse to live like ships passing in the night. From technology to thoughtful gestures and old-fashioned letter-writing, distance can make the heart grow fonder.