Pregnancy in the summer. After telling family, friends and strangers that our second child is due in August, I received many comments about having to deal with the heat of the summer. I’m bearing that heat, but I sure am thankful for air conditioning.
The just-concluded graduation season is a time to say goodbye to adventures that have come to an end while welcoming new journeys about to begin.
Spring is in the air. New life, wonderful weather and beautiful scenery take over during this time. And with this refreshing season comes one of my favorite holidays — Easter. It’s a time to really reflect on the countless blessings God has given us. And it’s a time when family comes togethe…
Art Dahlstrand may just dabble in art as a hobby, but the 89-year-old certainly has a talent for it, as evidenced by a recent mural he created for Tucson Country Day School.
A love of reading is something I hope to instill in my children, and thankfully, it looks like that may already be happening with my 2-year-old son.
Ah, February — when Cupid comes calling. With Valentine’s Day Friday, I got to thinking about love and first encounters with our significant others.
In the midst of the winter sick season, I’m beginning to wonder if it comes around every year to make us anticipate spring even more.
We all have our favorite places to go, but one that really helped me put my life on track — and helps others do so as well — is Ms. Fit Health Clubs.
We celebrated Christmas Wednesday, but with the festive season still in full swing, why not take a moment to reflect upon some great memories via those beautiful ornaments hanging on your tree? Many of them likely hold unique stories of your family’s history.
With Christmas just around the corner, my family and I are eager for the festive season to begin. So when my son Zachary and I were invited to be a part of the Arts Express “Follow the Star” production, which tells the story of the birth of Jesus, we jumped at the chance.
Being mommy to my son Zachary is one of the biggest blessings I have been given. So when Zachary recently turned 2, planning and hosting his birthday party was right up my alley.
The moment a family locks eyes with a loved one returning from a lengthy tour of duty is a flash in time that is likely never to be forgotten.
Most of us would likely agree that moving from one house to another is not exactly a breeze. For my family, it’s a slow and steady process that while productive, is not always executed in the most organized fashion.
The aroma of freshly baked pumpkin pie, a cool evening wind whistling through the yard, the return of long-sleeved shirts and a new season of television shows. Yep, it must be autumn.
If we had the opportunity to relive fun moments from our younger days, most of us would jump at the chance.
Long before National Kids Day was created in 1994 , there was a Kids’ Day already in play. It wasn’t national, but it was “official” in the McKeown household, and had been since 1988.
Forget the treadmill, StairMaster, weight machines or gym. My personal trainer is available 24/7 in my own home and doesn't require any special workout equipment. This trainer comes in the form of my 20-month-old toddler.
As we honored the birth of our nation this month, I found myself reflecting upon the servicemen and women and their families who celebrate birthdays, accomplishments and many holidays thousands of miles away from one another.
Eight-month-old Addie Ashcraft holds a doll that has her father Tim's face on it. Capt. Tim Ashcraft is currently on duty in Afghanistan.
If you're looking to escape the summer heat while keeping the kids entertained, I suggest you head to Park Place. The mall offers something - no purchase required - for nearly all ages and caters to early and late risers.