Essays from Santa Fe teen parents
Spending time playing together solving problems outside, helping each other out and asking questions really promotes positive social development in kids.
Playing and exploring helps children develop their brains and learn how to interact socially and emotionally with kids and caregivers.
“Studies show that parenting can be more stressful for moms partly because they are responsible for more childcare.”
“My relationship started going south when I moved in with my son’s father at just 18 years old.”
“The effects of family separation have an impact on a child’s life no matter who the family member is, but losing my mother has been especially hard.”
Amid high rates of suicide and depression, Santa Fe County has no inpatient beds for youth
School may be out, but kids who depend on the free lunch program won’t go hungry this summer
Anti-vaxxers spot a loophole in New Mexico’s immunization law—one the state’s known about for years, but that’s proven hard to close
Free national parks for kids!