We just moved into a house. It appears our backyard, as well as our neighbor's, is draining into a corner section of the yard and has standing water in it after it rains. There is a planting bed around the perimeter of our yard and grass in the middle of the yard. Most of the water is in the corner of the planting bed and some in the grass immediately in front of it. We were thinking of maybe tilling the soil and adding some more nutrients in it to make it lighten it up. There are no plants there right now. We also thought of "trying to regrade" it a little by ourselves to make it drain all in to bed. Then try to plant water loving plants. We have small kids and don't want them to be around the standing water because of mosquitoes. DO you think this is a good plan, or would you recommend anything else? Thank you!