In This Issue – February 2021 Lake & Geauga
We hope your year is starting off as good as is possible. Fortunately, it appears that relief from the pandemic is on the very near horizon and that we can get back to some level of normalcy by the time the weather turns nice. We can all use that.
In the meantime, quarantined life goes on which gives you a little more time to read our February issues. In addition to great articles, there are many advertising messages, so be sure to check them out and please let them know you learned about them in Today's Family.
This month features our Private School Guide, an article about losing baby teeth and how to tango with the Tooth Fairy, keeping the love in your marriage/relationship and many more.
A link to a PDF of the Lake & Geauga issue appears below the list of articles.
Have a safe February and we will be back in March with a new lineup of great articles, events and info.
Dan & Kim Miller
Owners, Today's Family
In This Issue – February 2021 Lake & GeaugaFeaturing a Private School Guide and lots of great family-oriented articles and information. Read More »
Orchids Forever flower show open through April 11Holden Forest & Gardens will open one of its most popular annual experiences Orchids Forever at the Cleveland Botanical Garden on Saturday, February 13, 2021. The show will run through Sunday, April 11. Read More »
Body Worlds Rx exhibit at Great Lakes Science CenterExplore the amazing biology and physiology of human health and the dramatic effects of disease. Read More »
MOMMY CHRONICLES: Don’t give up hope for 2021Hold on to hope, because the day is coming in the not-so-distant future when we’ll be able to see people in person, go to concerts and movies, and hang out together like we used to. Read More »
Who has the world’s most valuable autograph?From U.S presidents to Hollywood stars to legendary sports figures, autographs offer some interesting stories and unbelievable values. Read More »
Caring for the caretakerWhile many of us know how to help a family in crisis, how do we support parents who put their own needs last as they focus on the daily challenges of caring for special needs youngsters? Read More »
How to stop nagging your teenagerAdolescents will typically respond to nagging by either avoiding their parent or reacting with more challenging behaviors. Here are some solutions for parents to change their nagging behavior. Read More »
Time to tango with the Tooth Fairy?We talk to Dr. Trista Onesti about losing baby teeth, and then look at the history of the Tooth Fairy, and the going rate these days for a tooth. Read More »
The affection effect in marriageSimple expressions of love like hand-holding, hugs and kisses, and compliments are an important component to the health of a marriage and the family unit. Read More »