Jennifer Lovy

Family Road Trip Guide: Put-in-Bay, Ohio

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Front Line Appreciation Group (FLAG) Metro Detroit is Feeding Medical Workers

Driven to help health care workers battle COVID-19, a group of six local moms delivers meals with their nonprofit, Front Line Appreciation Group, or FLAG, Metro Detroit.

26 Ways to Be Productive in the Waiting Room

Whether it's a doctor's visit or tutoring, parents spend a lot of time waiting. A metro Detroit mom offers her ways to be more productive in the waiting room.

Cool Gifts for Kids with Special Needs

For children with autism and other special needs, toys might not be No. 1 on their holiday lists. Here are some alternate ideas.

Nibble+squeak Detroit Location Serves Fancy Dining for Families

Quick, think of an upscale restaurant. Now, imagine what it would be like if your infant, toddler or child sat with you at the...

Planning Solo Vacations for Parents Without Kids

Get ready to leave the parenting, and guilt, behind for a bit. Solo vacations for moms and dads are valuable! Get the scoop on how to arrange your own.

How Humor Makes You a Better Parent

A bit of improv, a little laughter and some comic relief can have big benefits for the entire family. Here's a look at how humor makes you a better parent.

Why I’m OK with Mom Sales Pitches

'They're just making a living,' a metro Detroit mom of three says. Read her opinion and why she's ok with mom sales pitches here.

Curly Top Hair Birthday Party for Evan Lovy in Metro Detroit

When you have a child with autism, you find yourself parenting in very non-traditional ways. My son's curly top hair birthday party is the perfect example of this.

Tips for Kids Sharing a Locker at School

If your child is sharing a locker with a locker partner this school year, here are some ways to help the two of them navigate this small space with great results.

Loving and Letting Go: Being a Foster Parent

Families around southeast Michigan open their homes to children in their time of greatest need – selflessly and, often, silently. We talk to three of them who've experienced this process of pouring out their hearts for our state's most vulnerable young residents – and then saying goodbye.

Finding a ‘Special’ Place of Worship

Many churches, synagogues and mosques are working to welcome and include children with special needs in in their congregations.
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