Posts Tagged‘family’

Making Hunting Part of Your Family Routine

If you like to hunt, do you include your family in as many forays into the woods as possible? For countless American families, hunting is a way of life. Whether it is deer, turkey, ducks or a myriad of other species, time spent in the woods as a bonding opportunity. With that being the case, it should come as no surprise that guns are prevalent in many American homes. That said making sure gun safety is never compromised is critical to keep all healthy. So, is a gun safety a top priority in your family’s routine? Take Safety into the…

When Your Teen Doesn’t Want to Learn to Drive

It’s a plot device often used in movies: the independent teenager who absolutely cannot wait to turn 16, learn to drive, pass the license exam, get a car, and officially Be An Adult. Meanwhile, the parents in these stories are often apprehensive about their teen learning to drive, and thus the main conflict occurs: when will the parents accept that their child is growing up? As a parent, you might actually be excited for your teen to learn to drive. But you’re not the only one who gets to go against expectations; your teen may not be at all eager…

Essentials for your first baby

The moment that you discover you’re pregnant, or that you’re going to be a daddy, will likely be the start of an incredible adventure for you and your partner; from prenatal appointments and scans, during which you’ll watch your baby develop and hear its heartbeat for the first time, to hurtling round mom and pop stores in search of essentials and nice-to-haves, each day of those nine months will be spent preparing for the baby’s arrival. However, in between shopping trips, reading reviews for products and visiting discount retailers to try and save a cent or two, there’s a chance…