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The Times is introducing Well Family, a new online report with expanded coverage of parenting, childhood health and relationships to help every family live well.
I can't promise that our foster son can stay with us, but I can I try to prepare him for the possibility of leaving without adding to his fear.
As much as parents want to know about areas that our children are struggling in, we're also wondering what teachers like about them.
By the time children are in middle school, parents should be stepping back. But what if another child won't stop annoying yours?
In November, this family adopted five young children from foster care.
Will posting nutritional information at chain restaurants change our behavior, and our weight?
Gender indoctrination for the pre-K set.
They have something to teach the rest of us about healthful eating: It's not as hard as we think.
Eye-rolling serves a variety of purposes, and the meanings behind the mannerism tell us a lot about what it’s like to be a teenager.
Halfway through a deployment, looking for the "I can do this" moment.
Bed rest is like Las Vegas. It’s nice for three days, but stay any longer and you might lose your mind.
Blend is how you make smoothies. Put children in a family 'blender' and something quite different happens.
A real restaurant critic's wife writes a novel, "The Restaurant Critic's Wife," with just enough truth in the fiction.
Do different cooks need different approaches to organizing the kitchen?
All kids lie, the writer Maria Konnikova says. It’s a part of growing up, testing limits and adjusting to social expectations and norms.
My daughter took her first steps in a homeless shelter. In some ways, I did, too.
A well known blogger's children become the target of abuse on Twitter. Should she stop sharing their family stories?
Times journalists and experts will answer your questions on family matters.
A program helped teenagers learn to distinguish wants from needs.
Interim caregivers provide a temporary home for an infant whose parents need time to decide what's next.