Your behavior as a parent has a lot to do with whether or not your kids turn out to be happy, healthy and successful. Your children are the people in this world who you most want to be happy, healthy successful.
A 10-day-old baby girl in Australia already knows the magical feeling that is getting your head massaged, whether it be a hair washing, scalp massage, or simple head rub. The little lady, named Billie,
Stephanie Hanrahan, a mom and writer of the blog Tinkle Her Pants, recently shared an encounter her child had at school that would send most parents through the roof: another student bit her son, Eli.
If all had gone according to plan, my son would have been one of the older kids in his grade throughout his school years. Even though he turned 5 by our state’s kindergarten cutoff date, we agreed with
A majority of parents rarely, if ever, discuss race/ethnicity, gender, class or other categories of social identity with their kids, according to a new, nationally representative survey of more than 6,000
It can happen anywhere. At a restaurant, in the checkout line, in an elevator. You’re minding your own business ― and bam, a stranger asks you a question that stops you in your tracks. For me, it happened
Adam Mansbach, the author of Go the F**k to Sleep, is back with another brutally honest book for tired parents: F*ck, Now There Are Two of You. As the sequel's title implies, it's all about the roller
It certainly helps to know what you can do to increase the chances that your children take the paths that lead to health and happiness. Nobody ever said being a parent was easy. Raising kids who do well