As adults, we absorb a multitude of feelings about the bombings at the Boston Marathon. However, when it comes to talking to our children about the bombings, what do we say?
There are many exciting events this May to celebrate the spring and the beautiful weather for people of all interests. Make sure to explore your city and learn about all the great ways you can take advantage of spring in Houston!
There are many ways to get a first-hand experience of the circus in Houston beyond just sitting in the audience.
Easter Brunch brings out the best in Houston’s brunch menus, desserts, Easter egg hunts, wonderlands, and even the Easter Bunny himself. Hop on over to a few of the best that Houston has to offer.
With Passover coming up, it is important to teach children about the event this holy day commemorates. Passover marks the climax of the events surrounding the 10 plagues of Egypt, that ultimately resulted in the freedom of the enslaved Israelites. There are many events in Houston for children to celebrate Passover and educate them of the importance of the holiday.
Growing older does not mean that you can’t have fun without breaking your budget, nor do you need a huge budget to take your grandparents out for a great time in Houston. There are many places that offer great senior discounts. The trick is to find them and make use of the discounts. Check out these five best places to entertain grandparents on a budget in Houston.
How can you beat the cold and keep your kids healthy? A team of Houston fitness physical education teachers has come together to craft the following local suggestions.
As a kid, cooking with your parents in the kitchen creates tasty memories that last a lifetime. Chef Francis Reznick of Rustika Cafe shares three of her favorite recipes that her and her granddaughter, make together constantly when the hustle and bustle at the cafe slows down and they share the kitchen together. These are scrumptious bonding moments they’ll take to their kitchen tables one day.
A new study from the journal Pediatrics, is placing considerable focus on parents who smoke in their cars while children are present.
The holiday season should be a magical time for children; so seems to be the thought behind Houston Texans’ wide receiver Andre Johnson’s latest gesture.