Have you recently returned to work after maternity leave and your happy, well-behaved one-year-old is now whiny and seems sad all the time? Going back to work is an adjustment for the entire family.
Stay-at-home moms face lots of daily challenges. What happens when a good friend starts to take advantage of a mom who chooses to stay home? Find out what one mother's solution is.
A study by the American College of Sports Medicine found that, on average, two- to four-year-olds in home day care were inactive for 264 of the 330 minutes when the children were awake.
Saying good-bye is hard to do, especially if you're the parent of a small child who suffers from separation anxiety. There is good reason behind your toddler's tears; these helpful solutions can make your "so long's" a little less stressful.
The daily grind. Another day in paradise sans paradise. You get up at an indescribable hour to begin preparation for the day ahead. You quietly tiptoe around to try not to wake the sleeping children so that you can have those ever-sought-after moments of peace in the shower alone.
Working mothers are not all the same. Why then are 16 million working mothers treated as one undifferentiated group?
Breast feeding has significant benefits to both mother and baby. With many moms returning to work before the baby is ready to wean, information on choosing the best pump is essential.
The decision to go back to work after having your first child is an agonizing one. Most moms go back to work with a heavy heart and hope that one day they won't feel guilty about leaving their child with someone else all day.
FSAs cover more than just the trip to the doctor's office. Think of FSAs as being very broad when it comes to health or medical expenses -- the odds are that something is covered by it if you are ever curious.