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Travel with the Family to Presidential Libraries

Traveling Europe Together

Family Travel: I’m dreaming of a White Christmas–and traveling in 2013!

Family Travel: Maui Magic

Travel to Oklahoma's Great Salt Plains

Head Out to West Tulsa

Downtown Tulsa

Orlando’s Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress: A Peaceful Respite That’s Truly Grand

Orlando’s Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress: A Peaceful Respite That’s Truly Grand On the outskirts of Disney World, families will find an oasis of fun and relaxation that may have them skipping the theme part altogether.

Outlet Shoppes in OKC

Family Travel to Kennedy Space Center

Family Travel to Atlantis

Ever wondered if Atlantis resort is like those advertisements you see on television? According to our travel writer, it is. Find out the details in Diane’s article.

Taking a Family-Friendly Trip to Chicago

Travel writer Diane Eaton takes her 9-year-old son to Chicago and finds a fun, family-friendly city has attractions that everyone will enjoy.
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One Reason Why

There are not 13 reasons why a person commits suicide, there is one: mental illness.

Tulsa Birthday Parties for Kids

Age Appropriate Books to Talk to Your Kids about Sex

Top Places to Play Indoors in Tulsa

Here are my top choices for where to go when you need to get the wiggles out in the middle of winter.

Free Events for Tulsa Families

Homeschooling in Tulsa

Area families choose homeschooling for a variety of reasons-and mold options to fit their unique needs.

You're Only as Old as You Feel

While my upcoming 60th birthday is still somewhat of a shock, I've realized that this season of life comes with plenty of perks.

Anatomy of a Meltdown

Autism meltdowns can be terrifying both for the child experiencing them and those nearby; the best thing we can do is to love each other and reach out for available support.

TulsaKids' Top 10 Weekend Roundup: January 18-21

Teachers Can't Find the Nurturer in TPS's Classroom Management System

No-Nonsense Nurturer has been criticized as being robotic, stifling and under-researched.