Question My fourteen year daughter spends lots of time in her room. She writes every night in a journal that I gave her a few years ago. She locks the book but what she doesn’t know is that I also … Continue reading →
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You wouldn't let your child play with a blowtorch , but did you know sparklers burn at the same temperature?!? As you head into the 4th of July weekend, be sure to keep safety on your mind and check out these 8 alternatives to fireworks and sparklers for kids! http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/media_releases/fireworks_safety_2015/index.html
With the conversation happening around the Charleston shootings you may be wondering, how do I talk to my kids about this and how do I talk to them about race. Having experienced racial discrimination herself, our Dr. Mom Squad blogger, Dr. Forbis, took the recent events to heart. Hear from her on four tips for talking to kids about race and let us know if you would have any to add! http://blog.childrensdayton.org/do-you-talk-to-your-kids-about-race-why-charleston-reminded-me-why-we-need-to/