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Life, Animated

Get away from that TV! Stop watching movies to escape! Go outside and live! Kids everywhere are used to hearing their parents hammer advice like that. This is not the case in Life, Animated — a funny, touching and vital documentary from Roger Ross Williams (God Loves Uganda) in which...

What is the Most Effective Parenting Method for Understanding My Teen?

Dear Dr. Buckingham, I desperately need some advice. My 14-year-old son is testing me badly by pushing all kinds of boundaries. We argue over whom he should hang around, where he should go and how he should dress. I punish him on a regular basis and tell him that he will comply with my rules Keep Reading ?

To do better in school, kids should exercise their bodies as well as their brains, experts say

Attention parents: If you’d like to see your kids do better in school, have them close their books, set down their pencils and go outside to play. That’s the latest advice from an international group of experts who studied the value of exercise in school-age kids. “Physical activity before, during...

New Study Determines The Best Way To Discipline Your Teen

Nobody sets out to raise a bratty teenager. And yet, well, it happens. If it does, British researchers have some interesting advice for parents who spend their lives taking away cell phones and tablets as punishment: Don't. Adolescent...Show More Summary

“Stop Talking To The Press” About UWS School Integration Plan, Advises Former Daily Show Correspondent

That’s advice from former “Daily Show” correspondent Jason Jones, quoted on WNYC (Advice from Jason Jones to Upper West Side Parents: Don’t Talk to the Press), telling fellow parents to avoid the press or at least think carefully before talking to reporters about the debate over revamping attendance boundaries (and thus school demographics) on New... Read more »

Police Department Offers Special 'Tip' For Parents With Kids In Crowds

Summer is upon us, and many parents will be taking their children to outdoor events and attractions with large crowds, like theme parks, local festivals, zoos and carnivals. A California police department offered some advice for parents who want to be prepared in the event of a separation. Show More Summary

The Best Life Advice from 20 TV Dads

Happy Father’s Day to all the dads and father figures out there. We’re celebrating with some of the best life advice from pop culture’s padres, particularly the parents from television. These TV fathers have entertained us over the years and continue to teach us valuable lessons about life, love, and happiness — with a few […]

Friday links

For Father’s Day, a selection of parenting advice from Homer Simpson: “Kids, you tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is, never try.” Related: one of my favorite Father’s Day stories (NSFW- language). Photo gallery: Awkwardly...Show More Summary

Crowdsourcing: What Is Your Best Advice for Traveling with a Baby or Small Child?

How do you avoid being "that parent" on a plane with a toddler? More » Crowdsourcing: What Is Your Best Advice for Traveling with a Baby or Small Child? is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

Mr. Dad Seal of Approval Winner’s Package

Click to view the 2016 Mr. Dad Seal of Approval Awards Package The post Mr. Dad Seal of Approval Winner’s Package appeared first on Mr. Dad | Parenting Resources and Advice for Expectant Fathers, New Dads, Dads of Teens, Single Dads...

Protect Yourself From Elderscammers

You're sharp enough now to follow Warren Buffett's advice, but someday you might not be. Here's how to protect yourself--or your parents.

What’s The Best Advice Your Dad Has Given You? (We Want To Hear It!)

Amid their corny (and hilarious) dad jokes, dads can offer some of the greatest life lessons around. In honor of Father's Day, we want to hear the best advice your dad has given you -- whether it's about parenting, life, or how to make the perfect pancake. Show More Summary

I Don't Cherish Every Moment

Today it happened again. Someone told me how fast little ones grow up and to "cherish every moment." In all the parenting advice I've received over the past few years, this is far and away the most popular comment. Friends, family, complete strangers. Show More Summary

These Cheat Sheets Help You Reduce the Pain of Your Kid’s Shots

It’s hard to watch your kid endure pain, so doctor visits with shots can be a stressful time for both parent and child. Fortunately, a Canadian public health group has combined some of the best pain-reducing advice into two handy pocket guides, one for babies and one for older kids. Read more...

TaxProf Blog Weekend Roundup

Saturday: This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts Yale Tiger Mom's Advice For Parenting Adult Children: Contracts 11th Annual Junior Tax Scholars Workshop Concludes Today At UC-Irvine Taxes Could Wipe Out Half Of Prince's $250 Million Estate The IRS Scandal, Day 1129 Sunday: The Story Of Tonight: With Billion-Dollar...

Yale Tiger Mom's Advice For Parenting Adult Children: Contracts

Following up on my previous posts: 'Hard-Ass' Larry Summers v. 'Tiger Mom' Amy Chua on Developing Children (and Faculty) Tiger Mom, Meet Wolf Dad: Beat Your Kids Into the Ivy League Wall Street Journal: The ‘Tiger Mother’ Has a Contract for Her Cubs, by Amy Chua (Yale): I recently had...

Why Do We Keep Reading Parenting Advice?

Over the last week, we have read all about the zoo, kids, and moms who have had enough with parenting advice being shoved down their throats. So why are we still reading these pieces? Why are we still seeking them out on the Internet? We are reading it hoping for some type of secret answer. Show More Summary

Top 10 Ways To Prep Your Pet For The Arrival Of A Newborn

There are endless parenting blogs and books chock-full of advice and tips on how to introduce a young child to their newborn sibling. But what about how to introduce the real baby at home- your pet, to the arrival of an infant? WhenShow More Summary

Parent Hacks: Brilliant workarounds that can transform your life with kids

Ten years ago, Asha Dornfest was an overwhelmed mother of two young children looking for a sense of community as well as some practical advice to aid her in her new role as a parent. At the time, Dornfest says, she was writing how-to books about “the relatively new phenomenon called the Web” and reading

14 Lessons We Learned the Hard Way Instead of Listening to Mom

Post by Kiarra Sylvester. Growing up, there was a certain appeal to doing the opposite of whatever it was that your parents told you. It isn't until you are older that you are able to appreciate their advice and realize it's actually some of the most solid advice that you'll get -- because they have that whole age and wisdom thing going for them. Show More Summary

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