Each year, my family celebrates St. Patrick’s Day. My husband is part Irish, and although I have no Irish heritage, I enjoy wearing green, eating corned beef, cabbage and boiled potatoes with butter, as do my kids. (Well, truth be told, they don’t enjoy the cabbage; see tips below for picky eaters.) If you’re looking for ways to celebrate St. Patty’s Day in the Triangle with your little ones, see these fun upcoming events. ...Read More
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I confess to having been scared of all things creepy-crawley as a boy – a trait I am sure I inherited from my mother. My stepfather took to me fishing once (and only once) as a young...More
"My son is gay."
Over the years, friends have spoken those words.
"My daughter is gay."
Some spoke so low I could barely hear. Some cried.
Can this reaction stem from homophobia? Absolutely. Is homophobia the only...More
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Twelve award-winning stories wrapped in a 3-DVD springtime collection featuring "Max's Chocolate Chicken," "Chicken Little," and "The Red Hen." With celebrity narration by Lily Tomlin, Randy Travis, Michael McKean, and...More
Track-Out Help, Special Needs Resources, Family Meal Deals
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