Tag Archive | the Choking Game
June is National Safety Awareness Month. We here at WildfarmKids•com are all about keeping our youth safe and we do this by providing free information to those around children. What do you live for? Everyone has something they live to see or experience. No matter what your passion is. We would like to […]
You know when you look at your kids and watch them truly enjoy something; then your mind starts looking to the future; well I can testify that I used to do that. I had this week planned out to be hanging out at Wells Fargo Arena for the Iowa High School Wrestling Championships. I have […]
Happy New Year! We wish you all the best in 2016. May you fulfill your resolutions and be an encouraging light for all those around you. Cherish your time with family and friends, and don’t forget to say, “I love you.” Peace, Blessings and Love; WildfarmKids family How to Pay it Forward.
(Shared from the WildfarmKids Mama’s journal) … Week 205 … I wake up each morning, I say my prayers before I open my eyes. It is late October 2015. Soon lil ChadJoseph will come in to snuggle just before the sun will rise like clock work, our daily routine. Now the house becomes busy with […]
180 weeks have past since Joshua passed away from the choking game. All week I have been looking at data and searching for ways to get information to people who still don’t know. This is not going away. 180: what a number. Associated with turning around. We want to do that with the education attitude […]
Spring break; be it a few days or a week that children and parents look forward to having some planned time off in the school year. Some familys will go away on vacations, some enjoy stay-cations at home with a parent or two. While in some families the children are left to entertain themselves and […]
Yesterday Keri was able to do a Skype interview with a news station from Delaware. Below is the print version of the piece and here is the link where you can view the whole story and watch the video. DOVER, Del. (WBOC) – There’s a renewed warning for parents after a Kent County teen died […]