The best Christmas TV shows are a great time for family time. There are multiple opportunities to get together, share, and talk about family values and learn some valuable life lessons while watching them. There are many … READ MORE
Healthy Eating & Steps During Holidays are important during Thanksgiving. This is a time for eating and family, so it’s important to be healthy on this holiday too! Many people are trying to have a healthier lifestyle. Then, Thanksgiving comes along and seems to ruin it all. Then, before you
Positive talk with children can be elusive. Often, we get lost in the busy “to do list’ of our lives. When our children don’t follow directions or listen to us, we fall into the usual negative talk. “Stop that now.” “Don’t touch that.” “Leave me alone.” … READ MORE
I am proud and very pleased to announce the new logo for Dr. Silva: Tots, Tweens & Teens. The tree demonstrates the blessed and special journey that we are able to share with our children. A tree is a symbol of life. The strong roots represent the growth in our … READ MORE
‘Tis the season to be decorating! Many families celebrating Christmas have already or will soon decorate the outside and inside of their homes, celebrating in style. But for some of you, safety may be a concern. Both infants and toddlers can become injured by electrical outlets, ornaments and even a
This is a Flashback post! Somehow, I never published it, but seeing as school starts this month, it’s quite appropriate. Not to mention it’s filled with memories for me. This still applies to everyone’s first day at school. Enjoy!
Our son just started Kindergarten. It was really exciting! I didn’t
We saw Despicable Me 2 last summer. I must say, the fun has continued this summer even after we saw the movie. My son loved the “Happy” song in it. (Click here for the YouTube video, http://bit.ly/1c7vfBJ.) He asked me to get it for him. As it turns out,
As a working mom, it’s been a delicate balance to juggle work and home every day (http://bit.ly/1odULFX). I’ve admired stay at home moms; raising children and caring for your home, exclusively, is a tough task indeed.
Yesterday, I had the funniest experience during a physical exam. The 10 yr old thought he was going to receive shots. Good news was he didn’t need any. Bad news was he didn’t believe me. I literally told him five times in different ways that he wasn’t getting shots. Yet, … READ MORE