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Special to the Los Angeles TimesEntering the Charlie Chaplin cottage, I stooped to avoid hitting my head. At 5 feet 8, I'm about 3 inches taller than Chaplin. (It's said the Little Tramp had the door made small so his guests would have to bow as they entered.) I was at the Charlie,...
Tags: Restaurants, Marilyn Monroe, Family, England, Homes
Getting my son to be motivated for school in the morning is always a challenge. (He's only 4, so I cringe at for my future.) But the other morning, he gave me so much trouble that I did what any mother would do when pressed for time and patience: I played...
Tribune Media GroupIf you've ever watched a child open the same toy twice during a holiday party because everyone got the same list it can be disappointing for both the gift giver and receiver. To avoid repeat gifts and to find alternatives to the video game systems for...
Don't panic. Those strange white spots you see on your daily planner are not cause for alarm. They're called "free time," and you should do everything in your power — especially this time of year — to preserve them as such. With kids out of...
Is it feed a cold, starve a fever? Or the other way around? With cold season upon us, parents are reviewing their folk wisdom and trading elaborate — if unscientific — protocols for reintroducing solid foods to tender tummies. Have you...
My 7-year-old loves bacon. She loves it almost as much she loves pigs who are still alive. And so our recent farm visit to witness a slaughter was not easy. For years I've been talking to Miranda and her brother, Joe, about appreciating the sources...
Tags: Kankakee, Human Interest, Food Industry, Bacon, Animals
McClatchy TribuneAttention, expectant dads: Moms aren't the only ones who experience health risks before or after birth. Even though fathers-to-be don't go through the physical changes of carrying a child, some have insomnia, nausea, irritability or even labor pains, a...
Five families from across the San Fernando Valley set up camp for three nights by the front door of Wilbur Avenue Elementary School in 2009, intent on getting a spot for their children in one of the best-regarded schools in Los Angeles. Others hired...
The fifth-graders at Broadous Elementary School come from the same world — the poorest corner of the San Fernando Valley, a Pacoima neighborhood framed by two freeways where some have lost friends to the stray bullets of rival gangs. Many are the...
It was about 5 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 5, and throughout the Alta Westgate apartments, children were snuggled in their beds. School was still a few hours away. The sun had yet to rise. Suddenly, gunfire. Bullets flew in all directions. Across the...
Los Angeles TimesDoctors and parents were stunned when research published more than a decade ago found American girls were beginning puberty at much younger ages, some as early as 7. A new study released Sunday suggests the average age at which puberty begins may still be...
This summer, millions of families will make the first drive down Camp Road, bidding farewell to a child for perhaps the longest time they have ever spent apart. The minute the wheels start crunching down that gravel, the stomachs of both passenger and...
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