Customize Parenting.com to your family and get personalized newsletters.
Calculate your most fertile days
Find the perfect baby name
Expert tips for finding the right pediatrician
How tall will your kid grow up to be? Try our height calculator to find out
Must-know tips for raising a happy, healthy family
How healthy is your kid’s lunch? Calculate the nutritional value now
Sign up to get holiday recipes, crafts and stress-less tips delivered right to your inbox
Sign up to get recall alerts, recipes, parenting secrets and more delivered right to your inbox
Video: The most hilarious dads on the playground.
My younger sister, Meghan, is 22-weeks pregnant with her first child. I love the way she handled the 20-week sono news….
There are many obvious things I’m thankful for this time of year but there is also the less vital stuff that I think is important to acknowledge, too. Read my list, then share your own!
There was a time when I wanted my table set just so with the perfect catalog-worthy centerpieces and accoutrements. This year our décor comes courtesy of my five year old. And I couldn’t love it more.
One of the many things I’m thankful for this season: Funny moms in my news feed. Here are the latest and greatest status updates I’ve facebook liked and real-life loved.
After giving birth three weeks early, Vanessa found out her son had Down syndrome. Here's what happened next—and what she wants you to know about life with her miracle boy.
My children are five and almost three and it happened. I heard this phrase come out of my mouth and I was shocked and disappointed. Am I overreacting?
Those of you who read this blog regularly know that my kids can be challenging. Here’s my awesome solution to the stress, a little trick that has benefits for the whole family:
With Thanksgiving just 10 days away, I’m starting to think about my meal and my seating arrangements. I’m a firm believer in the kids’ table, and am planning to have one on the 22nd. I know some people are vehemently opposed. Where do you stand?
Here’s what we’ve been up to the past two weeks since Sandy knocked out our power. As you’ll see, we’re out but not down.
What happens when the way you parent becomes a point of contention in a friendship? Is it possible to be friends with someone who parents totally differently from you? Let’s discuss.
Retro onesies, high-top booties and more fun picks for the mom-to-be