Between bills, errands, keeping the house clean and diffusing the occasional (or costant) squabbles between your kids, remembering to stay optimistic might feel like an impossible feat as a parent.
Summer is just around the corner. Tired of your kids being glued to their iPads, or taking their energy out on your just-cleaned house (or on each other)?
At Mountain Kids, our business is founded on the philosophy of giving back — giving back to our kids and our communities. And a huge building block of that foundation is our relationship with local non-profit organization, There with Care.
If you have a Rainbow Rider at Mountain Kids, you can probably tell from watching your preschooler in action that they’re gaining balance, coordination, agility, strength, patience, speed, social skills and more — all while engaging in imaginative play.
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Gymnastics aren’t just for aspiring gymnasts. The many benefits of gymnastics have proven to reap rewards in many other sports and physical activities thanks to its mental and physical benefits.
Youth professionals have a responsibility to have policies and practices that help keep children safe from sexual abuse.
I have a lot to say about Larry Nassar and the negligence of USA Gymnastics, MSU and the United States Olympic Committee. I’m sure many of you are feeling the same way.
Every family has their meltdown moments. And it’s not always just the kids, either – if your family’s like mine, every member is guilty of a meltdown every once in a while.
Here at Mountain Kids, we don’t believe giving back needs to reserve to one or two days in December. We encourage giving back all month long!
Here at Mountain Kids, we believe every child deserves a chance in the spotlight. That’s why we’ve created our monthly All-Star series to showcase outstanding athletes when we notice them shine.