Need tips for car travel with your toddler? Dr. Alan Greene's tips will have you going down the right path in no time.
The FMLA stipulates that companies which have over 50 employees must offer up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for the birth or adoption of a child.
Teaching children the value of money and financial responsibility is one of the most practical and important lessons children can learn. Americans have never been more fiscally irresponsible.
Explaining the process to children is easier than you think. Whoever came up with this statement never taught preschool while pregnant!
Complaints about back and shoulder pain are increasingly common. Parents have every right to be concerned about how heavy their child's backpack is. In fact, overweight backpacks have been getting so much attention that April was declared National Backpack Safety Month.
by Dave Ramsey
Myth: My spouse and I shouldn't talk about money because it only leads to fights.
Truth: You can't have a great relationship until you communicate and agree about money.
by Dave Ramsey
Myth: Make sure your teenager gets a credit card so he or she will learn to be responsible with money.
Truth: Getting a credit card for your teenager is an excellent way to teach him or her to be financially irresponsible. That.s why teens are now the number-one target of credit card companies.
Michael developed physically at a typical rate. He reached all of his growth milestones as if the charts were modeled after him. It was the social and emotional issues that started to beg for attention. He could never look at us in the eyes despite our attempts to force him.
The good news -- fathers have become much more loving, friendly and caring parents to their children. The bad news is that many fathers are still so intensely focused on their work -- and children -- that they are letting their marriages wither on the vine.
Are there children who act as if they are entitled? Yes. Are there children who whine until the parents cave in? Yes. Are there children who pout if they don't get their way? Yes. Are there children who seem unappreciative of small gifts? Yes. Does that make them spoiled? NO.