Digital Marketing Manager

“Family & Kids” is looking for a digital marketing professional in the Columbus Metro Area to contribute to and manage our digital accounts – social media, website, databases, emails, etc… Duties include content creation, graphics, scheduling, analytics, website updating, newsletters, eblasts, community involvement etc… Our ideal candidate has a great social media presence themselves and is […]

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Chatt-A-Hoots Release Summer Baseball Schedule for Columbus

Soon you and your family can cheer, “Take me out to the ball park,” because baseball is back in Columbus! The Columbus Chatt-a-Hoots announced its inaugural 2021 season schedule. The Chatt-a-Hoots will play in the Sunbelt Baseball League, with each team playing 28 regular-season games from June 7 to July 28. The Chatt-a-Hoots will have […]

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Highlight on Feeding the Valley Food Bank

For 38 years, Feeding the Valley Food Bank has served families in need in the Chattahoochee Valley region. The need for nutritional assistance is not limited to the holiday season and Feeding the Valley Food Bank works year-round to help families in an 18-county region. In the last fiscal year, Feeding the Valley Food Bank […]

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Keeping the Love Alive

Many couples put the care and upkeep of their romantic relationship on hold after the birth of their first child. It can be hard to find time alone when you are parenting young kids. However, romantic relationships need nurturing to last, and keeping the relationship with your partner healthy provides the loving, caring environment kids […]

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Benefits of Family Gaming

By Ryan Gutowski of One Board Family As a kid, I loved learning new games from my grandmother. Most of the time they were simple card games, but it didn’t change the fact that I was actually learning some pretty important life lessons around that dining room table. Taking time to play games with family […]

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THE BASICS for Baby’s Development

Parents are more concerned than ever before with their child’s development and wondering if they are doing enough to support it. Did you know that 80% of a child’s brain is developed by the time they are three years old? What if there were five simple, free, and fun ways for parents and caregivers to […]

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Facilitating Good Decision-Making

Ever looked at your child in bewilderment and asked: “What were you thinking?!” Then you know that kids, especially teens, can make some profoundly poor decisions. Luckily, we can help them learn smart decision-making skills and manage mistakes—without feeling the need to helicopter over their every move. Blame biology. “Understand that your kids aren’t just being […]

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Setting Goals in Uncertain Times

After experiencing the numerous unexpected challenges in the previous year, many parents may be hesitant to set goals for their families for 2021. It can be discouraging to set personal goals only to have events beyond your control create a series of roadblocks that interfere with achieving them. Here are some tips on how to […]

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Benefits of Teaching Handwriting

The educational tasks assigned to children have increasingly become digitized and moved to online platforms. This has resulted in many schools deciding not to teach handwriting skills. While it is true that kids need to spend time learning skills vital for keeping up in the digital world, such as how to type by touch, research […]

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