A mom needs help talking to her husband about her wish to get at budgeting and financial planning. How can she start this conversation with him given that it’s a charged topic for both of them?
What does being your best self mean? After making some life changes, Kristen Chase shares her thoughts.
Sure, we know to avoid comparing siblings to one another, but in trying to bolster and protect my kids this way, I very nearly screwed up even more.
How do you help your daughters when they are excluded from play by the other neighborhood girls?
A new and breastfeeding mom is being food shamed by her husband for her increased appetite and postpartum body. She needs help on talking to him.
We have fun kids’ valentine for kids to print out, make and distribute to their classmates and friends.
Birthdays with teenagers can feel a lot like a timer ticking down, but sometimes they feel like victory, too. For my late bloomer, this birthday feels huge.
A mom wants to know whether her son’s slight potty training regression is more than attention-seeking behavior due to the recent birth of a sibling.
It’s hard to believe I’m teaching my oldest to drive, but here we are (still alive and liking each other, even). It’s a learning process, for both of us.
On traveling alone as a single mother, and how we’re judged according to standards way higher than our male counterparts.
How do your kids’ friends address you? By your first name. By Mrs., Ms. or Mr.? Do you have strong opinions on this? Or take a laid-back attitude?
No matter how many kids or how much help you have, we parents are all just winging it, doing the best we can with what we have.
Have kids at home who are obsessed with making paper snowflakes? How about taking it one step further with snowflake crowns? Super simple to make.
Super cute Holiday and winter treat makes a great gift for kids to give to their classmates and friends. It’s deceptively easy to make.
I’ve never been the kind of parent to go for the flashy or extravagant gift for my kids, except I finally did, and it feels fantastic.
Make your holiday letter a little more realistic this year with these (not very serious) tips!
An older toddler is refusing dinner after being well throughout the day. However, he is going to bed and waking up ravenous. How can his parents help him without succumbing to this dinnertime power struggle?
How do you know when you’re in love with someone? Kristen Chase ponders what that means after years of failed relationships and marriages.
A DIY tutorial to make your own woodland monogram ornaments and bring a little of the outside inside this holiday season.
A family member wants to gift her nephew the princess toys that he wants for Christmas and with which his immediate family doesn’t allow him to play. What can she do in this sticky situation?