The Elf on the Shelf Now Has Reindeer Pet

1:33 pm Nov. 14, 2014

The Elf on the Shelf — based here in Atlanta — and rooted in a family tradition back going back to the 1970s, has sold a whopping 7 million books (and elves) since its 2005

Children’s Healthcare video goes viral

7:37 am Aug. 12, 2014

Jim, a man of average height but weighing 300 pounds, suffers a heart attack and lands in the emergency room.

His life hangs in the balance. He’s only 32.

“How the hell does that happen?, ” asks

New school year, time for new lunch ideas

9:48 pm Aug. 4, 2014

Time to get up early – and make lunch! I know this isn’t the most fun task at hand, and it can be challenging to satisfy everyone – kids want something yummy and parents want

Back to School: What’s new this year?

2:29 pm Aug. 4, 2014

New school years bring new people and new stuff. About a quarter of Atlanta Public School principals are new, including 70 percent of the high school honchos. More than 20 Fulton schools will have new principals, and Cobb County has a dozen new ones.

Cobb will also have more of a feature that probably wasn’t part of your parents’ school day: 11 new school police officers. DeKalb

Wake Up Sleepyhead, time for school!

9:03 am Jul. 28, 2014

BACK TO  SCHOOL SLEEP SCHEDULE

I don’t need to tell you that summertime is the time of the year when we parents let our kids stay-up/sleep-in later than they normally do.  But alas, early mornings are

Dirty bathrooms, no privacy and breastfeeding

5:30 pm Jul. 24, 2014

A HuffPost story published today, “Dirty Bathrooms, No Privacy: The Horrifying Struggles Of Breastfeeding Moms Who Need To Pump At Work,” stems from a reporter Dave Jamieson’s Freedom of Information Act request with the Department of Labor, asking for all complaints by workers about bosses who don’t allow space or time to pump at work, as the law requires.

105 closed cases were reviewed, spanning from March 2010, when the Obamacare