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Don't worry, you're already doing a great job! Just consider these quotes as a reminder of important things we parents often overlook when life gets busy.
A stepmom reflects on her time as a stepmother and chronicles what advice she would've given herself 13 years ago.
Take advantage of the relaxed days of summer before structured learning starts to help your student take on the new set of challenges that kindergarten will bring.
Beat the summer slide and your kids' boredom with these fun travel games.
Organizing and storing expert, Emma Gordon, of Clutter.com, has worked with celebrities from Neil Patrick Harris to Jamie Lynn Sigler, and now she's sharing her decluttering tips to help you get... more
No parenting book could prepare me for the discussion I had with my kids about the sexual abuse I had suffered as a child.
A traditional pediatrician and a naturopathic physician weigh in on when you should—and shouldn't—use home remedies on your kids.
So yeah, separation anxiety is pretty tough. But, it's also a normal, appropriate part of your kid's development. Here's how you both can get through it.
If eating on the go or on the couch is more normal than not, here's how to reboot and gather your family around the dinner table again.
Date nights look and feel so different post-baby. Here's how to weed through your feelings and the "new-normal" facts to make date nights a priority again—when you're ready.