By Stephanie Levine, DO, FAAP, Member of the Board of Directors at Keeping Babies Safe.
How do you keep your baby safe during the warm and sunny months?
Many parents and grandparents feel they cannot go outside and enjoy this wonderful time of the year with a new baby. You can, here are some [...]
By Ranny Levy – Founder/President Kids First!
“The power of music can break barriers and build a friendship.” This is a beautiful statement by Jailene A., 12-year-old KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, after seeing the animated film “Monster in Paris.” Rated PG for some action violence involving gunplay and mild rude humor, this film is set [...]
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re a GRANDmom, and of course, always a mom. My friend Maria King of Events Cazy, has this advice for cool things to do in your area. Give it a try and you’ll never be at a loss for fun things to do with your grandkids.
It takes nurturing and discipline to raise grandchildren who are struggling with the absence or loss of a parent
By Sylvie de Toledo, LCSW/BCD
Henrietta Casper has a problem. Her 15-year-old grandson is defiant and disrespectful. When she tells him he can’t go out at night, he just walks [...]
Teaching kindness to a new generation
By Dr. Robin Ganzert
The image of a kindly old grandmother and grandfather serving up cookies and gentle wisdom may seem like some iconic Norman Rockwell scene from the past. (Today’s grandparents are more likely to take their grandchildren waterskiing or parasailing in between [...]
By Christine Crosby – Editorial Director for GRAND Magazine
Grandma Has Wings is an adventure that begins while six little girls are visiting their Grandma. Each has a special name for her. “I call her Gram Cracker.” “I call her Granny.” “I call her Gram-Gram.” “I call her Nana, ‘cuz I can’t say my “M” [...]