The Best Gift For Your Food Allergic Friends & Family Members

By: Barbara Schwartz Everyone knows someone with a food allergy. Maybe it’s the reason your child can’t bring peanut butter to school. Maybe it’s your friend who is afraid to eat at a restaurant or even at your house. Perhaps it’s a coworker who faithfully brings her own lunch to work every day. But for … More The Best Gift For Your Food Allergic Friends & Family Members

Now is the Time to (Re)teach Road Safety!

By: Martianne Stanger We’ve turned the calendar page to a month when we enjoy apple picking, leaf peeping, pumpkin carving, and… ROAD SAFETY! Road safety? YES! Thanksgiving – For a Loss that Did Not Happen Eight years ago this month, my son’s guardian angel kept him safe when he unexpectedly darted across a road in front … More Now is the Time to (Re)teach Road Safety!

The Beauty of Change

By: Sandy Churchill When people describe “a perfect storm”—it usually conjures up images of cold fronts and tidal waves or tornado-like winds spawning catastrophic ends. But a perfect storm can also comprise a sea of happy happenings that simply whip emotions into a frenzy and tap into a bittersweet understanding that time is simply speeding past … More The Beauty of Change

4 Spooky Edible Crafts to Ring in the Halloween Spirit

By: Kathleen Blandin With Halloween approaching, you may be curious about how to get your little one into the spooky holiday spirit while shielding them from the scarier Halloween things. A simple way to get spooky is to combine things they already love: crafting and food! Show them a little bit of spook doesn’t have … More 4 Spooky Edible Crafts to Ring in the Halloween Spirit