You know how important it is to teach kids about money. What you might not realize, however, is just how early Junior's money management education should begin. Most money experts recommend that a child's money management education start as soon as he is able to grasp the basic concept of money
The bulk of the advertising directed at children today has an immediate goal. "It's not just getting kids to whine..." one marketer explained in "Selling to Kids," "...it's giving them a specific reason to ask for the product."
Our son had been born with a cleft lip. I didn't know what to think. All kinds of thoughts flooded my mind, full of fear, worry, concern, and tons of questions, but all I could do at that moment was hope and pray that our son would be okay and, of course, cry.
Your friend's child has been diagnosed with cancer. How can you help? What can you say that will be supportive, not hurtful? Read through these suggestions written by a mom who has been through it.
Above all, encourage children to recognize, trust and follow their instincts -- and listen to your own instincts. If a situation or person makes you or your child uneasy, believe in your feelings and act on them.
Here are ten simple remedies and lifestyle changes for families. I suggest parents try to Lead By Example and Create A Healthy Eating Environment so kids will pick up better eating habits and make better choices on their own.
1.25 million babies (one third of all births) are born each year in the U.S. to unmarried parents. Many people just assume these babies are born to single teen moms, when in fact 41% of these births are to unmarried cohabiting couples.
You've done your homework, researching and interviewing to find the best care for your child, but is your caregiver-nanny, babysitter, daycare worker or family member-protected against the flu?
Preschoolers are challenging because they think so differently. They are often oppositional, impulsive, self-centered, inflexible and illogical -- especially when upset. What should be in your parenting toolbox to help with this age group?
It's natural to feel both absorbed in your baby and worn out, so that any extra tug on you from someone else can seem like a hassle, if not an intrusive burden. Even so, there are plenty of reasons -- some altruistic and some enlightened self-interest -- to take good care of a father.