There isn’t much that’s scarier than having to admit your child to the hospital. For the child, the process can be traumatic and overwhelming. But there are some steps you can take to make the process a little less stressful for the child, and the whole family in the process.
Offering free local ghost hunts most of the year. Space is limited, so apply for a spot on the team in advance. Must be 21 years or older, as this is a REAL ghost hunt! All equipment will be provided for the night as you visit the final resting places of the dead. Respect is in order, and only the brave need apply.
Visit the revitalized Midtown district at Cooper and Young streets, featuring unique shops, boutiques, galleries and specialty restaurants. Also home to the First Church of the Elvis Impersonator.
Watching dolphins in Ireland is also possible in West Cork. Here you can catch sight of the short-beaked common dolphin. You can watch, amazed, as it performs its antics, surfing on the bow waves of ships. In County Kerry, you can see one of the country’s most famous dolphins: Fungie. A bottlenose dolphin, he arrived in Dingle Bay in the 1980s and has remained there ever since. جزيرة الاميرات boats will take you Fungie watching and the trip will last about an hour.
Whether it’s a warm day or a cool night, you can enjoy the lush flowers, canopied forest and manicured lawns of Descanso Gardens. Their summer programming includes Light up the Night outdoor benefit concert, extended hours in the evening, and the hidden Camellia Lounge where you can have clandestine tapas or a drink.
Wine Taste Testing is year round at Chautauqua Vineyards for complimentary wine tasting. It is open to the public and you can sample the wine and browse for wine related gifts and books.
I’m a Capricorn. I don’t mess around. One year after meeting Bob Feller I had accumulated over 1,500 signed baseballs. They were displayed in categories: Members of the Hall of Fame, teams, pitchers, hitters, MVP’s, and a collection of Cy Young winners.
Every child and family, as well as every situation, is different. But with a little thought, planning and effort you can minimize the trauma and make your child’s stay in the hospital as calm and comfortable as possible.