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Posts Tagged ‘children’

Pediatric Cancer Awareness – A Story of Grief and Unimaginable Pain

As we continue to shine gold for pediatric cancer awareness month – we continue to share stories of amazing children who have or continue to battle cancer. Today, we are spotlighting a beautiful little girl named Hannah.   Hannah Grace Boyer would have turned 6 on September 6th. But, she didn’t have that chance – […]

Local Teacher Starts Book Club for Kids – She Says We Can’t Fight Technology – So We Should Embrace It.

We all know how important reading is. It’s undeniable that a child’s reading skills are important to their success in school, work, and life in general. We also know that technology is taking over our lives. Regardless of how we feel about it, it’s just a fact. Barbara F. Sanchez  has been teaching in the Williamsville School District for […]

Explore and More Children’s Museum Announces Crowdfunding With Hopes Western New Yorkers will “Play It Forward.”

The Explore and More Children’s Museum announces crowdfunding with hopes that Western New Yorkers will “Play It Forward.” They are just about six months away from realizing a dream of building a new Explore & More Children’s Museum on the Buffalo Waterfront. Construction of the 43,000 square foot museum at Canalside is well underway, and […]

Earth Day and …. a Pet Pig!

Written by Kristina Miller – Totally Buffalo Contributor   I decided to ask my kids yesterday what Earth Day is. I don’t think this was a complete mom fail, but certainly not a win. Earth day 2018 actually has a theme; to end plastic pollution. If google didn’t tell me that, I wouldn’t have known […]

Children and Grief – letting kids feel what they feel…

Written by Lifestyle Contributor, Darcy Thiel, MA, LMHC, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in NY State. I am often asked whether children should attend wakes and funerals and my answer is always the same. It depends on your child. Kids should not be shielded from the truth of death, no matter how young they […]