Lucy Meyer UNICEF’s Official Spokesperson for Children with Disabilities Meets With President Obama


Lucy Meyer with President Barack Obama

Lucy Meyer is a spunky Los Angeles 7th grader who has served in her school’s student government, gripes about homework, what’s for dinner – and has Cerebral Palsy (CP).

Cerebral palsy is the general term used to describe a group of conditions that are not progressive (they […]

Recap: 5th Annual On The Go Beauty Mother’s Day Event At The Thompson Hotel Beverly Hills

Fifth Annual On The Go Beauty Mother’s Day Event At The Thompson Hotel Beverly Hills

ABC’S the Bachelor- Sean Lowe and fiancé Catherine Giudici (Photo Credit: Michael Bezjian)

A day of pampering occurred poolside at the swanky Thompson Hotel in Beverly Hills Saturday, May 11 2013. It was LA hot and guests brought their moms for an afternoon of pampering and beauty. Many of Hollywood celebs and their […]

The Montage Beverly Hills Offers A Variety Of Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day 2013


While countries around the world celebrate their own Mother’s Day at different times throughout the year, several countries, including the United States, celebrate it on the second Sunday of May. Have you ever wondered how this holiday started? Well, in the United States, the origins of the Holiday go back to 1907 when Anna […]

Children’s Institute Partners With Baby Buggy Launch Making The Start Of A Safe Sleep Campaign

Los Angeles-Samantha Harris supporting the MAKING THE START OF A SAFE SLEEP CAMPAING Photo Credit:  Nathanson's Photography Inc.

Los Angeles-Samantha Harris (Photo Credit: Nathanson’s Photography Inc.)

According to Los Angeles County statistics, more than 200 infants under the age of 12 months have died due to unsafe sleeping practices in the past three years. Last year alone, of all preventable infant deaths, 50 percent were attributed to unsafe sleeping habits: being […]

Los Angeles County Museum Of Art’s Animation August Films

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

If you live in Los Angeles or ever visit the area, one of the not-to-miss places is the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). With twenty acres and seven buildings to its name, LACMA is one of the largest museums in the United States. You can easily spend a day exploring LACMA and […]

Five Acres: The Boys’ And Girls’ Aid Society Of Los Angeles County

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Before my current job as a stay-at-home-mom, I worked for Five Acres. Five Acres is a Boys’ and Girls’ Aid Society of Los Angeles County. Five Acres has been serving families and children in the surrounding communities of Los Angeles since 1888. They have a long history of caring for […]

Dole’s Shake It Up Tour To Benefit The Boys & Girls Clubs Of Hollywood

dole shake it up tour

This year, Dole is celebrating healthy lifestyles and encouraging kids and families to do the same. Kids are especially at risk for making unhealthy food choices in the summer, when snacking is at an all-time high. Through its partnership with eight local Boys & Girls Club chapters, Dole’s road trip will help provide […]

Recap: Joico’s On The Go Beauty And Voli Light Vodka’s Mother’s Day Event At The Thompson Hotel

Taylor Armstrong and her daughter

To honor Hollywood’s moms and daughters, Joico Haircare and Voli Light Vodka hosted an incredible day of beauty and brunch at the splendid rooftop poolside at the gorgeous Beverly Hills Thompson Hotel on Saturday, May 12.

Bachelor Ben Flajnik's sister, Ben's mom, Ben, and Courtney (Photo Credit: Vivien Kallilea)

Guests enjoyed a Bloody […]

David Levinson’s Big Sunday


Since the beginning of time every parent has either said or demonstrated to their kid at one point, “do as I say and not as I do”? I myself have certainly been guilty of this not in any sinister way but in simple daily living such as eating sugar when telling my five year […]

Romp: Los Angeles’s Newest Indoor Playground


The indoor playground has seen a meteoric rise in the last several years particularly in larger metropolitan areas such as L.A. Of course we parents love playing outside with our kids and we do play outside! But I can tell you having a perimeter around my toddler while they do their thing AND feeling […]

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