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Tween Trick-Or-Treating Alone – Ha!

Want to hear something absolutely hilarious?  So funny that it gave us all a good laugh and I still chuckle thinking about it.  Our tweens have asked us if they could go trick-or-treating alone this year!  As our amiga Bohemian Babushka would say, “Ju so foni!” Cristy, my sister and I had a good laugh […]

“Oldies But Goodies” – Classic Movies to Watch with your Tween

By Sebastian Cannata, “Dad” Contributor It’s summer and a fun season to make time to actually watch something together. When I was a kid, there weren’t 24-hour kids-only TV stations, animated movies being released weekly and PG-13 didn’t exist.  We watched movies and TV shows with our parents, often times peeking through their fingers.  I became a pretty big […]

Interview With Girl Scouts CEO Anna Maria Chavez

By: Cristy Clavijo-Kish Girl Scouts Helping Tweens Build Confidence, Character & Courage When Katherine and I heard that the new Girl Scouts of the USA CEO was a Latina- we can honestly report our excitement. We have been active Girl Scout Troop Leaders in South Florida for 4 years now since our girls started Kindergarten […]

TWEEN BIRTHDAYS- Part Dos

‘To Party or NOT to Party?” – that WAS the pregunta! Part II- We did it! How it went and what we learned So much for the ‘gringo’ being the sensible one! My husband- a.k.a. ‘el gringo’ as his all-Latino friends call him for growing up in South Florida’s Hialeah community- enjoyed the super fiesta […]