I would say I was patriotic.
Right now, watching the Olympics, I feel like I am right there cheering on team GB.
One thing I have noticed is how hardly any of our Olympians sing the National Anthem. 390 more words
By: Jennifer Tripoli, M.S., CCC-SLP
I often get asked the question “Should my child use a sippy cup?” It’s a difficult question to answer. Sippy cups were initially invented in the 1980s by a mechanical engineer who was sick and tired of cleaning up his son’s juice mess around the house. 778 more words
Andrea Leadsom’s comments which associated male carers with the increased risk of paedophilia have been met with anger and disgust by many – not least of all the men who work tirelessly in the care sector to help children. 707 more words
By: Jessica Drake-Simmons M.S. CCC-SLP
The popularity of using breathing exercises with children is on the rise. And, with good reason, because they work! When we focus on breathing fully and deeply, we move out of our sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight) and into our parasympathetic nervous system (relaxation and receptivity). 358 more words
Summer Break is finally here! It’s time for tons of fun, trips, activities and making new friends at the Y. We’ve got a full lineup of things to do for everyone. 147 more words