So how can you make every day a "teach your child how to save" day? Use these six tips to get you started.
Playing outside helps prevent childhood obesity and promotes better mental health for our children. Nudge your child out the door with these helpful tips.
We asked Pregnancy.org members to share what Mother's Day 2012 means to them. See what they have to say and what does the holiday mean to you?
Parents whose children have asthma, learn how to recognize their kids' signs and triggers. Their next step is working with their child's doctor to set up an asthma control plan. Find out how you can recognize the signs of an attack.
The weather outside is far from frightful, yet your kids are indoors playing video games or surfing the Internet. How can you unplug the kids from the electronic gadgets and get them out into the world?
Are you concerned about the negative impact technology might have on your child's health and development? Here are our top ten tips to encourage kids to "unplug" and plug into life instead!
Screen-Free Week 2012 is coming right up! Have you filled your calendar with screen-free play and activities? These ideas can help you turn screen-free week into scream-free week.
According to recent studies, new moms and dads differ greatly on who they turn to for information and baby-care advice. The results might surprise you!
Some preschoolers are scared to death of going to the barber for a hair cut. Try these tips to put your kid at ease.
Some say that becoming a mom takes time. Others claim that you start feeling like a mom when you first see the positive on your pregnancy test. When did you first feel like a mom?