The holidays are a great opportunity to teach our kids that they can experience as much joy in getting a gift as they do giving—whether it’s in the form of a charitable gift or doing something special for others.
Babies are sponges when it comes to language. So it’s no surprise that how much and what you say to your baby could have a big impact on how they speak in the future. How can you give your little one an advantage? Take the time and speak up.
Three common mistakes you could be making with your kids every winter!
Parenting expert Debbie Karlstrand shares easy ways to instill the sense of giving into your children this holiday season, which research shows could help them develop qualities like empathy, sympathy and responsibility.
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer gives some tips on what to do when your child refuses to go to sleep at bedtime.
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer talks about how you can talk to a child about the existence of Santa Claus.
Your kids want to look like them, act like them, be like them…but what happens when the celebrities your children idolize fall from grace? Steps to turn the letdown into a life lesson.
What’s in a name? If you’re a parent or a teacher, a lot, especially if your child starts calling you by your first name.
For parents, letting your teen behind the wheel can be a scary thought. A new app helps make the drivers ed process safer, as well as easier.