Wednesday, October 4, 2023
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A “Back to Sleep” campaign in the early 1990s that encouraged parents to put infants to sleep only on their backs resulted in a major decline in SIDS cases.

Most farm children don't have to be told to do what needs done, because that cajoling time just doesn't exist.

New research by the assistant professor of animal behavior, ecology and conservation at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, reveals that pets are more than just animals to children.

When people discuss youth sports: the time, the energy, the cost, the travel, the injuries and the injustice, it is common to be asked "is it worth it?"

Judith Sutherland reflects on what the Cleveland Indians' World Series berth against the Chicago Cubs means to her son on his 30th birthday.

This is not your teacher's pinecone bird feeder.

When Sutherland thinks of her childhood summers she can remember playing in the hay mow, swimming, climbing trees, and spending hours exploring the woods.

Judith shares fond memories of visiting the corner store with her sisters when they would travel to town for piano lessons with their aunt.

Comparing today's Montgomery Ward Christmas catalog to the Winter 1930-1931 issue.

Remember the thrill of a bike ride with a mission? My best friend, Cindy, and I were talking about how great she felt when her Grandpa Sigler sent her to Bodager Hardware to get him a specific item.