If you start out smart and make your child your design partner, you can trade in today’s ducky decals for tomorrow’s funky graphics with ease and panache.
Simon & Schuster author Linda Geddes explores and debunks common baby and pregnancy myths here.
Holiday time is upon us yet again, and before the stress weighs you down, it’s a good idea to have a plan in place to help ensure that you’ll make it through the season with a smile.
One thing is certain about Dolline’s, a small short-order diner in the former textile community of Clifton: If you go in for breakfast on a Wednesday morning, you will leave happier than when you walked in.
Give your kids a summer day filled with friends, fitness and fun! Organizing a Backyard Olympics can be as simple or complex as you want to make it, so don’t be afraid to dive in and indulge your kids with a field day of their own!
How did your daddy get the job of “Father?” Is it a hard job, or a fun one? Find out what fatherhood looks like through a child’s eyes.
Get away from city life and horseback ride at these places around Charlotte.
This year, celebrate Easter in one of Charlotte’s top restaurants. Whether you’re celebrating with your spouse or with the whole family, these Charlotte hotspots will definitely go above and beyond your expectations. These gems offer a little something for everyone. Show off your Sunday’s best and fill your belly without emptying your wallet!
Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, is celebrated March 25 to April 2 this year. The origins of Passover centered around ancient Israel spring celebrations of the first grain harvest and the birth of the first lambs. The multi-faith theme of this holiday is redemption. It is a remembrance of the night when God passed over the homes of the Israelites during the tenth plague and the exodus out of slavery in Egypt to freedom. The focus of Pesach is the Seder. It is a symbolic-rich meal completed in 15 steps that tells the story of God’s grace from bondage to freedom. In Charlotte, Passover will be celebrated in homes, community gatherings, temples and churches:
As Halloween winds down, and the weather turns chilly, thoughts of which charity to donate come to mind. You decide whether your donation goes to a child, a senior or other adult, perhaps a family. Possibly, your preference is to donate on a weekly basis during the holiday season or for the whole year. Making the time to shop for gifts not only gives you the opportunity to make a positive contribution in someone’s life, but allows you to give back to the community in which you live, work or play in.