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300 teens from over 74 area high schools volunteer during the summer to serve the needs of many Cincinnati Children’s patients and families.  Our Radiology Department is lucky to have 20 Junior Summer Volunteers participating in the Department of Volunteer › Continue Reading

If your family celebrated Easter this past weekend, I’m guessing you might have some plastic egg halves lingering around your home – I know I have plenty at my house! Putting the eggs away to reuse next year is always › Continue Reading

Valentine’s Day creeps up on me every year. I think I’m just so thankful to get through the November-to-January holiday season that I’m in complete denial another holiday is about to round the corner. And here it is. Three days › Continue Reading

I love dual-purpose activities, especially when one of them involves food. When the other involves keeping my boys entertained, it’s the perfect match. So when I saw the snowman pancakes blog post on kidactivitiesblog.com, I knew it would fit the › Continue Reading

We love to bake at my house. And it’s not just because the end result is eating sweet treats. The boys have so much fun measuring, counting, pouring and stirring with all of the baking utensils. Plus, they get to › Continue Reading

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say it – I’m a little tired of winter. We’re technically only about a month in and I’m dreaming of non-rainy, warm-enough weather to let my boys run around outside › Continue Reading

We’ve all been there.  We can only prepare so many meals at home without desiring a night off.  An evening free of chopping, sautéing, stirring, and cleaning…it sounds so luxurious! But sometimes when I think about the logistics of taking › Continue Reading

Every child deserves a special and memorable birthday, and our pin of the week can help! On her blog The House of Hendrix, Allison Hendrix describes 20 ways to make your child’s birthday extraordinary. With streamers and balloons filling their doorways and › Continue Reading

Some rocks, a few craft supplies and a little creativity are all you need to pull off our pin of the week, and it offers hours of entertainment for those endless imaginations. From her blog Small Potatoes, Arlee Greenwood brings › Continue Reading

Let’s face it—it’s July, and it’s hot. Aside from swimming or running through the sprinkler, there aren’t many outdoor activities that sound appealing right now. If you’re running out of ideas to keep your kids occupied and having fun, our › Continue Reading

This week’s pin is full of fun summer learning ideas brought to us by Megan Wallgren from FamilyShare.com. Summer is in full swing with long, hot days spent outside and late nights filled with lightening bug chases and not a › Continue Reading

This week’s patriotic tees pin comes from Kara at Kara’s Creative Place. Kara used plastic cups, rubber bands, permanent markers and rubbing alcohol to create this cool tie-dye look without the hassle or mess of other tie-dye methods. Kids will › Continue Reading