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?
A recent discussion on "The View" arose over the idea of installing a microchip in children the way we do our pets. This was in regard to the Etan Patz story – the little boy who was kidnapped over 30 years ago.
While it isn't possible to prevent every accident or worrisome situation for our kids, there's plenty of places we do have control over -- our homes, cars and play areas. Autistic children require extra help to keep them safe.
Summertime is an excellent opportunity to get your kids involved with money-smart activities. See what yours can come up with!
What happens when mom needs "mothering" and can't meet all of her child's needs? That's when the "other mother" can step in. Who's in your "mom" pie chart?
Imagine all 6.5 billion plus people on the planet taking a small step to help the earth. Those little steps can add up to a big difference!
Is your child ready to start an allowance? How early should you start? How much is enough? Find out these answers and more!