Battling sleep deprivation as a new parent? Here are a few ways to get some much needed rest.
Learn the 9 ways you can help prepare your kids for when disaster strikes.
While some kids hit the field with vigor and enthusiasm, others need a little more motivation. Learn ways to inspire your son to do well in sports.
For many 3 year olds, hitting is a natural response to a dissatisfying situation. Learn how to help your child better deal with tough emotions in a non-physical way.
Some parents are happy with several littles, while others are satisfied with just one. However, research shows there are many benefits of having only one child.
Divorce is never easy, but explaining it to your kids can be even harder. Here’s how to manage.
When it’s over, its over. But for kids, saying goodbye to the holidays is not an easy task.
Overwhelmed by your child’s toys, keepsakes, and clothes? If feeling conflicted is holding you back from decluttering, here’s the solution.
Why is it that mother in laws are so much harder to tolerate after you have a baby? We are heeding the expert’s advice when it comes to dealing with your MIL – nobody said it was going to be easy.
Toddlers have their own ways of communicating, and screaming is often your child’s way of expressing frustration. Here are some strategies to get their volume back under control.
Nearly half of all American families have a step-relative, says the Pew Research Center, and not everyone always gets along.
Three-year-old sleep regression can happen to the best of sleepers. See our tips on dealing with sleep regression and tips to get your little one snoozing again.
Studies show that engaged dads can have a tremendous positive impact on kids. Here’s how to be an involved and important role model in your little one’s life.
When it comes to how much water your toddler drinks, how much is enough? We’re breaking down what the experts say is the right amount for your little one.
More than 1,000 blended families form everyday, says the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s a look at some of the most common challenges these families face.
Grandparents can be an important part of your baby’s life, but it’s okay to set boundaries – and stick to them.
Teaching your baby social and emotional intelligence through activity starts earlier than you might think. Here’s how to get off to a good start.
Watching your toddler acquire new language skills as he grows and explores the world around him is one of many truly rewarding experiences you will have as a parent.
Most experts agree that grandparents play a crucial role in families. But when comes to exactly how much time grandparents spend with grandskids, the consensus is not so clear. See what the experts say is the most beneficial.
As your baby grows and starts walking and talking, he’s bound to get into everything. Not to mention, he could start hitting, biting, and pinching. Those are bad habits you shouldn’t overlook. So when is a good time to start disciplining?