Children/Kids

5 Little Known Facts About ‘Monopoly’ [VIDEO]
In my experience that there are two types of people who play 'Monopoly.'
The ones that just play because they enjoy getting together with friends and breaking out a board game for 'family fun night' and then those who are down-right ruthless.
Children’s Miracle Network Miracle: Lillea Salazar
The Salazar's have been joining us for radiothon since Lillea was born.  Lillea is a fighter and has been since the day she was born.  Tiny is an understatement, but that tiny turned into AWESOME!   She is one of the reasons we do what we do for CMN...
Children’s Miracle Network – What It’s All About
Every year since 2001 Mix 94.1 has brought the family and miracle kids of the Children's Miracle Network to the airwaves.  The Children's Miracle Network Celebration Radiothon is 2 days where we can raise money for this wonderful organization.  So what is Children's Miracle …
Children’s Miracle Network Miracle: Caleb Loomis
 
This time of year for us is an amazing time of year.  This is the time we get to meet amazing families.  Families who find that they are facing medical obstacles.  Families whose children are sick.  These families are the strongest you will ever meet and the kids are the sweetest.  We are gearing u…
My Son Has Autism: The Story of the Johnson Family
April is Autism Awarness Month.  Autism is something that is becoming more and more normal in our children.  In fact, 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with a form of autism.  So in honor of this month we will have different stories to share with you about some awesome kids.
Today I would…
Kids Do the Darndest Things – The Woes of Technology
This week, the big theme in our house has been focused on technology. Specifically, how it should *not* be used. My children have iPod's and/or tablet devices. There are rules. They can't download apps (or anything else) without asking. They can't connect via e-mail, text, Facetime, or anything else…
My Son Has Autism: How I Finally Figured it Out
Today is World Autism Awareness Day and April is Autism Awareness Month I wanted to share my Autism Story with you.  Holding that baby for the first time is the dream of every mother.  You carry your child for 9 months and then that moment comes.  The first hello, the first kiss, the first I'm your …

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