Sometimes it can be hard to juggle work, your everyday life, watching your own health as well as your child's.
West Virginia University Hospitals made it a little bit easier with its annual Kids Fair. The fair is held every year at the Morgantown Mall.
The fair makes it fun for kids to get their blood sugar checked, get weighed in, or find out their height.
"Well, this is important because at the hospital we take care of patients after they been an accident or after they've been diagnosed with something," said Rob Riley, the Manager of the Pediatric Department at WVU Children's Hospital. "But here we can just go out and do outreach and try to prevent kids from coming in."
The event had more than 50 booths set up. WVU Hospitals will be at it again next year.