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November 16, 2018 - Posted by Kayla
My son and I were at the grocery store a couple weeks ago. Now, when you shop with a 3 year old it either goes very smoothly or it’s a train wreck. I could anticipate the “train” getting a little unsteady and we hadn’t even made it through the produce section, which is the first thing we go through at our store. I quickly busted out the game of I Spy. more...

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October 30, 2018 - Posted by Kayla
It’s that exciting time of year when we can dress up as someone other than ourselves (unless you are some form of a performer, then you have the ability year-round 😊). Make the best of it! But be sure to stay safe. Here are a few helpful tips to ensure a fun and safe Halloween. more...

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August 07, 2018 - Posted by Joanna
Summer is winding down. Kids are worked up and anxious about school starting. Parents are worked up and anxious about school starting. It can be hard not to get caught up in it all and keep your sanity. Looking for some things to do in order keep the peace and help everyone feel a little at ease in the transition? Coach Joanna to the rescue with some great (active!) solutions! Because let’s face it; even though you’re anxious about getting the kids back in school and out of your hair, you’ll miss the time you get to spend with them so should probably make it count. more...

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July 17, 2018 - Posted by Kayla
Let’s take a moment to reflect on something positive that is going on in our community. You may have noticed some signs along our city’s streets saying “Playful City USA.” What do those signs even mean? Well, it’s part of a national initiative to make places to play that are readily accessible for children and families. There are many communities that lack the resources or where other activities take precedence over creating safe and accessible places to play. more...

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July 11, 2018 - Posted by Melissa
Summer in Wisconsin means a lot more time outdoors, and for many of us, a lot more time in the water! It's great to get active at area lakes and pools, but as you head out, there is a serious safety issue to consider: drowning. Drowning is almost always a deceptively quiet event. The waving, splashing and yelling that television prepares us to look for is rarely seen in real life. Simply said, drowning does not look like drowning. more...

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