Attention Moms! Are you looking for a way to engage your kids in fun, educational activities and also introduce them to other playmates their age? And are you as a mom hoping to find a social network of other moms that you can turn to for advice and friendship? Then you may want to consider joining MOMS Club of Eau Claire!
Each year, more than 15,000 children and 15,000 adults – approximately 80 people per day – are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the U.S. There is nothing you can do to prevent type 1 diabetes, and as of now, nothing you can do to get rid of it. But a group of students from the Marketing and Management Program at CVTC is coordinating a Spring Fun Fest Charity Event to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation which will hopefully someday find a cure for Type 1 diabetes.
Who says a dad needs to wait until his daughter’s wedding reception to have that special father-daughter dance?! Why not do it NOW?! The Eau Claire YMCA will be holding their 22nd annual Father-Daughter dance on Saturday, April 13th, so every dad out there will have an opportunity to dance with his little princess!
There are many great and useful parenting education classes offered by different organizations throughout the Chippewa Valley. But sometimes it’s hard for parents to physically attend these classes due to things such as busy work schedules, after-school activities for their kids, and the issue of who will care for their children while they attend the class. But what if I told you can now attend a class without ever leaving the comfort of your own home…and after the kids are snug in their beds?
The definition of “improvisation” is “To invent, compose, or perform with little or no preparation.” I think many of us have had to improvise both in our personal and professional lives when things don’t go exactly as planned! It can be frustrating and nerve-wracking at times, but figuring out how to deal with those unplanned events can be very beneficial to both adults and kids alike!
We teach our kids from a very young age that they should never talk to strangers. But do we teach them that same rule as it applies to the Internet? And do we, as parents, follow our own advice? The World Wide Web can be a very fun and educational place for us ALL to explore, but it can also be a very dangerous place if we do not use it safely.