New Year’s Eve is not a huge celebration on our list of family traditions. Don’t get me wrong — we love the idea of making new resolutions, watching celebrations on TV, toasting with a glass of bubbly and even shooting off a firework or two.
Christmas was such a fun time when my three kids were little tykes. We did so many wonderful things together as a family during the Christmas season. Watching “A Charlie Brown Christmas” on television, frosting cookies and driving around looking at Christmas lights were favorites.
The ‘kids table’ or the ‘adults table’? Families often tend to split up during holiday meals, delegating an area where the younger members can all sit together and not interrupt the adults’ polite, conversation-filled meal. But we’ve all reached that awkward age when we ask ourselves: Which table do I get to sit at this time?
Vaccines are an important part of keeping diseases and infections at bay for both you and your children. As a doctor, I work to educate families on the importance of vaccines, different kinds of vaccines and at what age and how often vaccines should be given. Read More
Christmas is coming, which means it’s time to write a letter to Santa Claus!
During the holiday season, Cohen writes a letter with gift ideas for our relatives and with his one big gift idea for Santa. We have been doing this for about two years now, and have learned a lot about Christmas lists. Last year, we tried to explain the meaning of Christmas and why people give and receive gifts. Making a Christmas list for Santa helped Cohen understand and it helped us know what gifts he wanted.