By Nathalie Kunin
Spring break is a time to unwind and enjoy a relaxing week or two off school. It can also be an opportunity to sharpen academic skills and learn new skills to bring back to the classroom with you. The 5 activities listed below will make Spring Break fly by whether you are away on vacation or having a “stay-cation”. (more…)
The number one cause of death to children in the U.S. is preventable injuries.
By Martha Wilcox
I was an LA Mom, too. My son was born in Santa Monica hospital, raised in Culver City and went to preschool in Beverly Hills at a progressive program that tried to teach him to play nicely (which he did from time to time), and tried to teach me insights to help me overcome the worries that go with the job of raising a child.
And I was a worrier, though I would have defined myself as a “dedicated questioner and researcher.” Let’s just say I took the job of parenting to heart; I was probably only slightly nutty about it. (more…)
By Dr. Parvaneh Rafaeloff
Have you ever dreamed of having a tight and skinny abdomen &
thighs without surgery?
We all have areas that we want removed or contoured, but don’t have the downtime. Moms are busy and need a treatment that is easy, non-invasive and affective.
TiteFX treatment removes unwanted, stubborn areas from your body, while contouring and removing unwanted cellulite. This treatment leaves a smoother, more contoured appearance. This non-invasive treatment is quick, easy and pain free. It works with radio-frequency waves and heat. Zap cellulite away and or add definition to your already toned areas! (more…)
By Janis Adams
What does it take to secure a place in a top Los Angeles private school?
Let’s talk to some people in the know.
After months of researching, preparing, testing, and interviewing, there is nothing left to do but wait. We want to give families some behind-the-scenes insight about what is going on as final decisions are being made. Despite this being crunch time for the independent schools admissions directors, several top ADs and experts took the time to talk with us about the admissions process.
Laurel Baker Tew, Director of Admissions at Viewpoint School, reminds us that “the student isn’t the only part of the admissions decision. The family as well has to fit into the school community.” (more…)
By Samara Fabrick
For many of us, Valentine’s Day is a chance to sit down with our kids to make cards for their classmates, think of fun ways to surprise our partner or have an excuse to eat that box of chocolates. However, for many Valentine’s Day is another opportunity to have a million expectations that are so often dashed by our clueless spouses and our inability to express our wants. Here are a few suggestions to make sure that your Valentine’s Day is a happy one filled with whatever your heart desires. (more…)
By Chris Carra
Camps can be one of the greatest experiences for a child. Fun, stimulating and inspirational. They are usually the highlight of the summer for most youngsters and leave them with a lifetime of cherished memories.
But these days, sending them off to any old camp can actually hinder their creativity. Put it this way – would your music-loving daughter be happier learning to climb, or developing her skills on the piano? These questions are what every parent needs to ask when choosing the right camp for their child. (more…)