Celebrate and honor Black History Month by supporting our local Wichita black-owned businesses!
West Millbrook Park in West Wichita might be small, but it is still fun with plenty of opportunities for families of all sizes and ages.
February is known as Black History Month. It is a month to lift black voices. It is a month to celebrate black culture and listen to their experience in the country. So, we wanted to share a list of books for each age to read during February.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Here is a list of books available at bookstores and libraries in the Greater Wichita Area. All links are connected to each book’s catalog page.
Meet Tayler, an online teacher AND the mom behind The Wichita Moms Network.
It’s tough when it’s time to move your little one from crib to toddler bed. But, we’ve developed some tips to hopefully ease that transition.
Before I had my first kid, I had all my parenting philosophies figured out. I did my research. I read the books. I researched the articles. I believed I would learn from my parents’ mistakes and do better. I had friends who were parents already and I had things I liked and didn’t like. There were things I swore I’d never do as a mother. Hahaha! Boy, did they change!
One complaint I’ve noticed from moms is the issue of finding childcare while working out. Personally, I love running, and I specifically buy jogging strollers for that purpose. Having two kids and 6 years of stroller jogging practice, I’ve created a list of tips to make those runs easier.
Recently, Bre Haizlip (“Dr. Bre”) gave an end of year motivational Zoom talk to the moms of The Local Moms Network. We all loved her down-to-earth advice and her commit to helping woman. For this week’s Meet a Mom interview, we spoke to Dr. Bre about her counseling...
Do you feel frustrated that your child is always facing a screen? Research has shown that today’s child averages 8-9 hours a day of engagement with media. It is a constant effort to engage kids in simple face-to-face conversations and good old-fashioned manners. Don’t...
The Wait Until 8th pledge empowers parents to rally together to delay giving children a smartphone until at least 8th grade. By banding together, this will decrease the pressure felt by kids and parents alike over the kids having a smartphone. Why Wait? There is a...
Bored and stuck in a rut of packing PB&J sandwiches in your kids’ lunchboxes? Check out this out of the box guide!
Having trouble getting your baby to sleep through the night? READ THIS!
No doubt about it, anxiety and Covid-19 seem to go together like two peas in a pod. Whether you were already battling anxiety before this pandemic began, worrying about keeping your family healthy, the economy, homeschooling and more can certainly trigger it....
These will be go-tos during this strange, social distancing times period—and beyond.
This is the perfect cake for a special brunch or to enjoy all week long.
This easy, healthy dish will become an instant go-to.
Try these delicious Gluten-Free Paleo-Friendly Banana Muffins!
Amy Palanjian takes foods most kids like—like muffins and chicken fingers—and puts her healthy spin on them!