Do You Play Favorites?
Whether you favor one child over another, or your child favors one parent over another, here’s why Amy Ettinger says every family has favorites.
3 Tips to Manage “Electronics Time”
With outdoor temps driving kids indoors this winter, here’s how to keep their brains from turning to mush on electronics.
4 (Shocking!) Steps to Becoming a Better Parent in 2015
Becoming a better parent isn’t impossible. Employ these expert suggestions, and your entire family will reap the benefits.
4 Crazy Parenting Trends About to Take Off
For those in hot pursuit of the next big thing, check out these crazy parenting trends that will be on the tip of every parent’s tongue in 2014.
How to Raise Kids Who Have Giving Hearts
Giving hearts shouldn’t stop beating after the holidays. Here’s how to raise your children with hearts that desire to give all year long.
The 6 Most Unconventional Parenting Practices
Parenting styles are very individualized, indeed. But these unconventional parenting practices take it to a whole new level.
How Technology Can Improve Parenting
Parenting in the 21st century is so much more flexible thanks in large part to technology. Here’s how it can work for you.
How to Talk to Your Kids About: Breast Cancer
For a parent with breast cancer, explaining it to your kids can be the hardest part of the whole ordeal. Here are some expert tips for starting the conversation.
Should You Let Your Partner Move In?
Moving in with your partner when you have children exposes them to multiple risks — be cautious!
Teaching Grandparents Your Parenting Style
If generational differences have you at odds, try these suggestions to help teach grandparents your preferred parenting style.
Spending the Night: When is the Right Time?
Tips and suggestions on letting your child spend the night away from home
Father/Daughter Relationships: How to Build a Stronger Bond
Tips for building a strong, healthy father/daughter bond.
How to Handle a Strong-Willed Child
Advice and tips for parents on how to deal with a strong willed child