By Jennifer Gregg PhD, LPC, NCCRegistered Play TherapistPlay and Grow Counseling, LLC All humans encounter challenges throughout their lives. It would be naïve to assume that children do not experience challenges as well. Determining when your child is struggling beyond what is neuro-typical can be difficult. When do you determine if a meltdown is developmentally … Continue reading Does My Child Need a Therapist?
By Kelsi NussWeb Director Johnston RV With warmer weather right around the corner, RVers everywhere are preparing to hit the road because saying hello to spring means camping season is in full swing! So, what can you do to make sure your RV is camp ready after a long, chilly winter? 1. De-winterize. Fill your … Continue reading Is Your RV Ready to Spring Into Camping Season?
By Kendall Harrison- Owner Rocket City Movers of Huntsville LLC During high school and college, I had dreams of owning a business. I started working with my mother’s janitorial company throughout high school and college. She trained me by showing me the in’s and out of a business and always stressed the importance of “it’s … Continue reading Rocket City Movers of Huntsville-Moving Your Belongings in a Blast
A career conversation with your children When our children first arrive in our lives, we look at their sweet faces and wonder “Who will you become?” Then we embark on a two+ decade journey with them towards finding their answer. To find the answers, they – and we parents – should think critically about career … Continue reading Does My Child Really NEED To Go To College?
By Jennie RobinsonDistrict 3 RepresentativeHuntsville City Council President It has been a year since COVID-19 appeared on the world stage. Since that time, we have discovered Zoom, masks, social distancing, and the incredible thrill of finding that last package of toilet paper on the grocery store shelf. We have also learned that a vaccine is … Continue reading What Hope Looks Like in 2021
By Elisa FerrellDistrict 3 RepresentativePresident Huntsville School Board It is 2021, and most if not all of us are happy to look at 2020 in the rear-view mirror. Last year was defined by the pandemic, civil unrest, killer wasps, and meteors narrowly missing earth. While none of us can, in and of ourselves change any … Continue reading It’s 2021
Jennifer L. GreggPhD, LPC, NCC, Registered Play Therapist I am often met with confusion when I tell someone that I am a Play Therapist. At a glance, play therapy looks like simple play and having fun. However, play therapy has been found to be a practical and effective therapeutic approach in treating a variety of … Continue reading What is Play Therapy?
By Clare Johnson-Coach Merino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy Hello! My name is Clare Johnson, I am 23 years old and I am a coach at Merino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy. This year in April I married Paul Bretscher, who is also an athlete with MTGA, and we coach the developmental team together. After more than 15 years … Continue reading Merino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy: Introducing Clare Johnson, Coach
By Tamara HarrelsonArdent Pre-School and Daycare, Marketing ManagerArdent’s newest location, situated right off I-565 on Rideout Road (Exit 14), comes complete with artificial turf fields, covered playgrounds and a splash pad! This facility also has an indoor/outdoor courtyard designed just for infants. This bright, pour-and-play covered, courtyard provides a scrape free way for infants to … Continue reading Now Open! Ardent Preschool & Daycare of Redstone
By Tamara Harrelson Ardent Pre-School and DaycareMarketing DirectorArdent’s newest location, Ardent of Redstone, is situated right off I-565 on Rideout Road (Exit 14). Parents and children will love this 23,000 square feet state of the art facility which features 3 age-appropriate covered playgrounds, artificial turf fields, and a fun summer splash pad. Additional parent favorites … Continue reading Ardent Preschool is Opening a New Location