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Take a pause from sharing on social media and share some time with your tween by reading these 10 books together.
Experts share their discipline tips for managing the top five problem behaviors from toddler to tween—mealtime, tantrums, bedtime, homework and attitude.
It's often a brutal fight to the finish line of parent approval, and the greatest loss is the opportunity for siblings to seek, find, and nurture their true selves along the way.
Mothering while chronically ill can be difficult, but I've found ways to adjust. Creativity rather than activity now fuels our family.
Children not only need to know about this election but also why our overall participation in politics matters.
I'm debating between letting my daughter move out of kindergarten and hoping for the best, or giving her what she may really need—more time.
When my partner and I conceived children with an anonymous donor, we assumed we would find some male role models along the way. But the older my son gets, itʼs becoming clear that I have to create a... more
I never thought it was in my nature to nurture, but when I became a mom, I became someone the old me wouldn't recognize, and I'm OK with it.
Parent hacks are meant to make your life a little easier. And when is the time you need hacks the most? The crazy toddler years!
Teaching civility means helping your children recognize the humanity of others and put the common good above their self-interests.

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