We would rather hear our kids laughing and celebrating happily than fighting and crying. Here's how you can transform sibling rivalry to sibling revelry!
Kids are just like adults. When they really, really want something it can motivate them to do amazing things.
Does kindergarten lead to a life of crime? According to one legislator, the answer is yes. No matter what side of the political aisle you're on, this is the kind of story that will likely leave you shaking your head.
July 2 is National "I Forgot" Day. It's intended as a day to remember those events you somehow spaced out, such as birthday cards and anniversary wishes. For those of us around children, the term "I forgot" takes you down a different road. Kids can get pretty creative with the excuses they offer.
It was a windy afternoon on the "J" subway platform on the New York subway at Van Siclen Avenue. A mother had her one-year-old baby boy in a stroller with her. Her three other children were on a bench.
Losing a child sends grieving parents on a journey unlike any other. As a loving family member or friend, you can be an integral source of support and healing.
Getting toddlers and little kids to eat nutritious, balanced meals or even to get them to eat at all can be tough. To help combat this problem, companies like Kraft and Nabisco created highly processed, heavily packaged items that are found in many school cafeterias.
Whether you work away from home or have a business at home, juggling your life, family and career continues to challenge parents of all kinds. Use these suggestions to help get your life feeling less chaotic.
Being a parent can feel like you are "on duty" 24/7; 365 days a year. Finding time for "you" can seem next to impossible, but you'll reap emotional and physical benefits. What have you got to lose? Follow these suggestions and carve out some "me" time.