The pediatrician would like to put her three-year old son on SSRIs because of his aggressive behavior. Mom is conflicted since she because her son hasn’t had any behavioral assessment or therapy. She wants advice.
A frustrated mom needs advice on helping with her now whiny, screechy, grabby, and TOTALLY NORMALLY BEHAVING one-year-old. We have recommendations.
A mom needs advice on how to feed her one-year-old who refuses to try pureed, juiced, raw, or steamed pieces of fruits and veggies. We have advice on resetting the solid food-experience.
Help! A new mom is sleep-deprived and needs help getting some sleep for her newborn and herself. We have advice on how to do it safely.
Most parents are unaware or confused about the vaccines available for meningitis. Here is more information about the important and potentially life-saving Meningitis B vaccination.
Who says haunted houses aren’t for little kids? Let them create their own and they’ll be screaming for more!
A mom is looking for help for her child to fall asleep on her own at night. We have some advice for this once great sleeper.
What to do when you suspect that your child has ADHD. We share our favorite resources and BTDT techniques that have worked with our families.
There are some graduation speeches that seem to resonate with a lot of us. They make us think, laugh, and hopefully embolden us to be better people.
My young child’s eligibility/IEP determination meeting is coming up soon and I’m nervous they’re going to tell me she’s caught up enough and I’m still concerned. How do I pushback, but nicely?
How spending quality time together with their fathers inspired girls to pursue interesting career paths in the auto industry.
Homework can be hard on families and we can all benefit from been-there-done-that advice and should be open to learning about new helpful resources, too.
Experts agree that when it comes to talking to kids about sex, you can’t start the conversation(s) too soon.
Car seat safety guidelines are regularly updated. Take our little quiz to see how you do on three important recommendations.
Some safer driving tips that I learned from professional racecar drivers that all drivers should know to help them improve their driving skills.
Is it possible for older kids to get cradle cap? Yes, it is. And, how do you treat it? Amalah has some experience in this area.
I did some back-to-school shoe shopping at a kids’ shoe store with my young daughter. Here I share what I found and which shoes we liked best.
A mom that is more comfortable with ice hockey than the stage needs hair and makeup advice on helping her daughter get ready for her first big dance recital.
How do you handle the etiquette of gifting birthday presents when siblings are invited to the party as well? One large gift or a few smaller ones?
If you have a minivan aversion, you may be missing out. The minivans of today are not the minivans of the past and we share why.
How can college students make sure they get their ballot and their vote counted? What college kids (and their parents) need to know about voting in 2020.
Time for summer camp. But summer camp can come with a pretty hefty price tag. Especially if you are sending more than one child. But there are ways to save some money. And, you still have time to enroll your kids.
How to talk to young kids about death and grief in an age-appropriate manner. We provide a sample script as well as an excellent book recommendation that can grow with your family.
Looking to keep your kids (ages 4 to 10) entertained while also using their imagination? Check out the new storytelling Circle Round podcast.
A parent is struggling with a potty training problem. They’re in a power struggle over their toddler’s dependence on holding onto a diaper while using the toilet.
Help! My toddler is very quiet and not even babbling. I am concerned that they should be evaluated sooner. Do you have advice?
Help! I am clueless about potty training my 2-year-old son. Should he sit or stand at the toilet? How do I keep urine from spraying everywhere?
Help! My toddler is highly distracted at dinnertime and will only eat for 10 minutes unless I can entertain them. I think that’s a bad habit to establish. Suggestions?
Practical potty training advice for parents when one of them is challenged with a chronic illness.
How do you handle a young child who refuses to go to sleep? Here’s how to handle this common power struggle. In short, avoid the bedtime battle to win the sleep war.
How can you get your young child excited about different cultures and countries around the globe? We have some ideas.