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With some trial and error and a lot of patience, here are the tricks that worked for my 3-year-old.+ read more
Here’s the thing: how can we not go? Life is happening now.+ read more
A spoonful of chocolate could be JUST what the doctor ordered.+ read more
Moms don’t get a day off, even when we’re exhausted and sick—and even if you happen to be superstar mom like Pink.+ read more
Parents aren’t “supposed” to have a favorite child, but science says otherwise.+ read more
Another week, another funny batch of tweets coming at ya!+ read more
You may just want to re-think holding that sneeze in after reading this.+ read more
These new warnings follow an extensive FDA review of data.+ read more
This latest research on effective learning could make a huge difference for your little scholar.+ read more
Today is Brainiac Day and our friend, Dr. Universe, answers a big question from a nine-year-old thinker. Do you know the answer?+ read more
I would not exactly be what you call a neat freak. A bit of a germophobe, yes, but not a neat freak. This is why it is surprising to me that I have come to realize my love for running…+ read more
I used to struggle with an internal guilt. All the articles about the negative impacts of electronics on kids…On the other hand, how could this family fun be a bad thing?
On the other hand, how could all this family fun be a bad thing?+ read more
Photo: Elijah Henderson
My latest mission, along with mindfulness (when I can remember) is positive self-reflection. Particularly in the parenting department. I have decided that rather than laying my head on the pillow each night with thoughts of ‘well that…
I apologize in advance for the creepy feeling that will stay with you days after reading this article, but as your mom would say, it’s for your own good. I’m helping here—truly. That borderline asthma plaguing your kid may be the result of houseguests you can’t see or hear.+ read more
One sentence. That was all it took for me to know I was onboard with this guy. We had worked together a little over two weeks. We’d barely spoken. He didn’t even remember my name.
“You said your…
Photo: Jon Flobrant
For a minute, I didn’t understand what she said. The words just hung in the air, jumbled and meaningless.
“I want to stay at Daddy’s. I don’t want to be here tonight.”
I remember leaving the house before sunrise the morning I gave birth to my son. My daughter, just a toddler at the time, lay sleeping peacefully in her bed. I felt an overwhelming sense of sadness as I pushed her…+ read more
Every day, each person’s respiratory tract produces mucus in order to protect itself from unwanted viruses, bacteria and other potential health threats. But as WebMD reports, if your child has a cold, the flu, allergies or other respiratory problems, the…+ read more
We’ve all been there: It’s midnight and you’re Googling “small bumps on baby’s arm” or “round itchy rash.” Next thing you know, you’re trying to figure out whether you should rush to the emergency room immediately. After all,…
Since it’s Monkey Day we couldn’t resist telling you about our favorite monkeys. Read on for some fun facts about these mammals we learned when we visited the local zoo!
Black Howler Monkey
This week’s tip: Let yourself feel what you feel.
When we feel stressed out (or sad or disappointed, for that matter) life offers a host of ways to not really feel those negative feelings. (For example: drugs and alcohol. Facebook.…