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Spring Break week is upon us. If you have school aged children, you are either starting it this week or next or have already had it. Either way, there is something you probably don't think about over this fun break in the school year and that is head lice.
They say that spring break is the prime time for lice outbreaks due to an increase in sports that require helmets, extra sleepovers and an increase in head-to-head contact.
So how do you prevent it or get rid of it naturally and inexpensively if you happen to get it?
The blogosphere was all up in arms last week about the episode of Toddlers and Tiaras which featured a pint-sized contestant dressed up like a hooker ala Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman. As horrifying as that might be, I've found six similarly age-inappropriate get-ups geared towards young girls. These Halloween costumes are most definitely scary--but not in the traditional "Boo!" kind of way.
With summer temperatures rising to record heights we all need ways
to keep the kids occupied and surviving the heat! Here are
some ideas of fun and free ways that you can help entertain your
children without the risk of heat stroke.
Just recently Virgin America, opened up services to Chicago and since the price was right and I needed to book tickets for my cousin's wedding, I chose to fly with them.
I'd flown with them before when my older child was almost two years-old and had a great experience. At the time, my daughter was a little sick and instead of having her sit on my lap, they gave me the entire row.
I have to say that this time around, I was a little disappointed with the inconsistency of customer service.
"Sunny day. Sweepin the clouds away. On my way to where the air is sweet. Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street."
Growing up, Sesame Street was my 'hood. Every morning, I would sit in front of the TV with my bowl of cereal and wait for Big Bird, Elmo and Cookie Monster to entertain me. While I was being entertained little did I know I was also learning all sorts of lessons on life.
Every positive message and life lesson was conveyed in a fun way for a five year-old me to comprehend. With those lessons, I took away the message to always have respect for others, which was one of the biggest things that I learned and continually use in my life (it's so important to know that what you learn at a young age, you carry on throughout your life).
Now that I am a mom, it's exciting to watch Sesame Street with my kids, when I occasionally catch it on PBS (I get to share a piece of my childhood with them--there was no Nickelodeon back then). The closest my kids get to Sesame Street is the annoying Tickle Me Elmo doll, my best friend bought a couple years back (I've already attempted to throw him away a few dozen times and have been unsuccessful).
Now Sesame Street and PNC Bank have teamed up to teach children about spending, sharing and saving money in a fun way with the For Me, For You, For Later initiative.