Prosthetics, Planning, and Parenthood

Having a baby poses challenges for all new parents, but those with disabilities are often at a disadvantage on many levels. Physical impairments can make it difficult to prepare for parenthood. But it isn’t impossible. Here, we’ll share a few resources to help you prepare for your bundle of joy, no matter how many arms you may have to hold him. Continue reading Prosthetics, Planning, and Parenthood

Playing Cornhole with your Family Can be Great Fun

Cornhole, the game of tossing a beanbag into a hole on a smooth board, is a fun outdoor game. Families across the country play it in their backyards, on camping trips and picnics. It is easy to transport and easy to learn, which makes it a fun family game for all ages.

It’s Easy to Learn

While there is an American Cornhole Association with rules on how to play, the basic premise is straightforward. This is key for families with younger kids who have shorter attention spans. Anyone can pick it up and join in right away. Continue reading Playing Cornhole with your Family Can be Great Fun

How to Teach Your Kids the Basic Rules of Hunting

If you feel that your child is ready to learn how to hunt, you will need to start with the basics. Teaching a child to hunt can be extremely rewarding for both of you as you bond over such a tradition. Creating memories is important, but being safe and having a few basic rules will also last them a lifetime. Continue reading How to Teach Your Kids the Basic Rules of Hunting

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