Summer means outdoor fun, water play, and of course, reading time. Here are some great books and book series that are very popular with girls (and I’m sure boys, too!)
A new mom is in the middle of a War of the Roses in her family and needs advice on how to not let it affect her life and family relationships.
Changing and managing your expectations about the divorce process can help make you a better advocate for yourself and your kids.
Make healthy, yet tasty, striped popsicles with our Lemony Rainbow Popsicle recipe for kids. Easy peasy.
What do you do when you follow an acquaintance’s personal blog and come across a number of storytelling disconnects?
We just returned from a multi-family vacation with my best friend and her family and despite our fears, we all survived and loved it.
A mom or two kids (who share a room) needs advice on scheduling naps for her toddler so that it doesn’t negatively interfere with bedtime for both kids.
Malcolm Gladwell’s latest book “David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants,” touches on lots of parenting issues. Let’s discuss it together!
A first-time expectant mom needs advice on how to manage her pushy family and in-laws before, during and after labor and delivery.
Should you ask your child what would make you a better parent? Single mom of four Kristen Chase asked her 9-year old and here’s what she said.
Make dad some cute Father’s Day bling with these directions on how to make a hemp beaded bracelet.
An expectant mom needs advice navigating interacting with her cousin, who has been having difficulty conceiving, at an upcoming family reunion.
With our family scattered all over the country, the extended-family vacation is a rare joy. Seeing my teens through my family’s eyes may be the best part.
An mom needs advice on how to help her pee-potty-trained son poop on the toilet before he starts preschool in the Fall, especially since the timing coincides with the birth of a new sibling.
There are universal truths about parenting and particularly so when it comes to the end of the school year and summer vacation. You can relate, right?
A mom is expecting her third child and while excited is also overwhelmed at the thought of being outnumbered.
I seem to see life themes in everything my kids do these days. Taking them kayaking was an interesting peek into their different approaches to life.
Helping parents who are looking into special education preschool options for their speech-delayed child.
A mom would like to partially wean her toddler but she throws temper tantrums and the mom ultimately gives in because it’s nursing related. She needs help following through.
After a miscarriage, our reader is looking for support on how to overcome the fear of becoming pregnant only to suffer another loss.