Tag: Children

How to Learn More About Your Kids’ Friends’ Parents

It’s important that your kids get to play with other people around the neighborhood. Playing with the kids they go to school with will result in stronger friendships, and it’ll make going to school every day a little less of a chore. It’s great for you, too — you’ll be able to make more connections Read More…

10 Tips on Getting Through a Messy Divorce

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes…well, it doesn’t always work that way. According to the CDC, for every 1,000 people, 6.8 get married, and 3.6 get divorced – that’s more than 50%! If you’re headed for divorce, and don’t know what to expect (who does?), here are some tips to help you get Read More…

Paying Respect To The Victims From Aurora, Colorado

It’s been one week since the senseless tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. Over the last few days we’ve heard horrifying details about an event we will never understand. We’ve listened, watched and grieved together. When we hear a distressing story, our first thought is often: “Why?” We want the world we live in to make sense, Read More…

3 Ways PeopleFinders Can Help You Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer

Your kids just can’t wait. School is about to end, and young people everywhere are determined to have the time of their lives. Summer is a glorious time for children. Parents want to do everything possible to keep their kids safe, but it’s simply not possible to watch them every second of the day. There Read More…

Getting To The Core Of Middle Children’s Day

Do you have older and younger siblings? Does it make you uncertain about your place in the family? Have you ever felt like you received less time and attention? If you’re feeling “stuck in the middle”, then we’ve got the perfect day for you. August 12 is Middle Children’s Day. It’s a 24-hour event for Read More…

An 8-Year-Old Takes The Wheel And Saves The Day!

Today, April 27, 2010, is Tell A Story Day. That’s why we’re sharing the true account of an 8-year-old boy whose quick thinking and bravery saved his grandmother’s life … and his own. Young Dillon Earl was riding in his grandmother’s truck early one Sunday morning. The pair were on their way to church when Read More…

The Balloon Boy Controversy: Was The Falcon Heene Scare Real Or A Hoax?

On Thursday, October 15, a 6-year-old boy named Falcon Heene caught the attention of the entire nation. The boy was missing and thought to be trapped inside a homemade weather balloon that broke free and took flight in Fort Collins, Colorado. The balloon was a Mylar covered contraption that contained a small basket on the Read More…

National Child Injury Prevention Week

September 1st – 7th is National Child Injury Prevention Week. Parents always keep the well-being of their children as a top priority, but this event offers a great opportunity to really focus on home safety tips for kids. Children spend a large amount of time at home, and it can be easy to take for Read More…

Get Ready For Kindergarten Month

Although it may be hard to believe, it’s already time to start getting the kids ready to go back to school. For younger children, this could be their first time venturing out into the academic world, so we are happy to recognize August as Get Ready for Kindergarten Month. Kindergarten plays an important part in Read More…