Author Todd Parr and a panel of parents and professionals join Nancy to remind us why it’s important to let kids make mistakes.
To start, let’s be real: Bella is not fat, or even remotely overweight. She’s not rail-thin like Phaedra, but how many kids are? Bella is a healthy weight for her body and her age. To think someone could look at a child her age and think she is overweight is unnerving.
School is back in session which means more books, binders, and bigger backpacks. But be careful! Your kid’s backpack may be doing more damage than you think. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 14,000 children are treated for backpack-related injuries every year.
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer talks about what to do if your child won’t stop wetting the bed.
Jo introduces the “Off the hip” technique and Baby Hayden doesn’t like it! Constantly holding a baby on your hip can become tiresome and also a health hazard. Meet Jo Frost, aka “Supernanny” – a modern day Mary Poppins, who can transform the wild ways of children.
Emory University psychology professor Marshall Duke has given speeches for more than 30 years to nervous parents preparing to leave their children at school. Here are his tips to help parents leave their children behind and let them move into their own new adventures.
Local legal expert Christina Hinds sits down to give advice on how you can avoid hiring a nightmare nanny!
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer gives her tips on what to look for when buying a new backpack for your child.
Sure, your child can read emoticons. But a provocative new study suggests that all that screen time is making it hard for children to interpret real-life emotions. It shows that the more kids use digital media, the more their social skills decline.