In the grand scheme of human history, the baby photo is a pretty new invention, but now that smart phones are ubiquitous, the first years of today’s children are better documented than any other generation’s.
A slew of small, Uber-like companies have launched in recent years, offering parents a way to outsource their daily driving. If only children were allowed to drive, they could get from home to school piano
What do you wish you'd known before becoming a parent? In May, we asked our audience this question at the start of How To Raise A Human, our month-long special series on how to make parenting easier. than
This piece combines two interviews from 2015 and 2016. You sneak them into backpacks and let them commingle with the video games (hoping some of the latter's appeal will rub off). You lay them around kids'
Why not let them walk to school alone? Parents and communities are figuring out ways to give their children more independence—and it just may help them to become less anxious, more self-reliant adults
Give your kids the skills they'll need to tackle life's toughest challenges head-on. When my first book, 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do, hit the shelves, readers kept asking me the same question
"I want The Three Bears!" These days parents, caregivers and teachers have lots of options when it comes to fulfilling that request. You can read a picture book, put on a cartoon, play an audiobook, or
"I've been doing drag since I was two. I would take my mom's towels and bed sheets and anything I could get my hands on and turn them into savage outfits, yaas." When I was a kid, all I wanted was girl
One brave mother learns how to talk to her teenage son about consent. It's a normal Sunday afternoon. After brunch, my 14-year-old son and I curl up on the couch to read while my husband works on a project