Jessa Duggar Seewald admits that she isn’t reading parenting books to prepare for the arrival of Baby Seewald in the coming weeks. Instead, Jessa says she is looking to real world mothers for advice and encouragement. So who is the Duggar daughter looking up to as a parenting figure? Jessa says one of her biggest... Show More Summary
My friend is expecting her first baby next month. She asked me for my thoughts on parenting. Here is my truth. When my wife was pregnant, we were repeatedly warned about how difficult parenting an infant would be. We wouldn't sleep for the next two years. Show More Summary
This summer Melinda Gates urged companies to offer more parental leave to their workers. Now she’s taking her own advice. Late last week, the charitable organization started by Gates and her husband, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates,Show More Summary
A couple years ago, the senior staff to one of the top leaders of the Department of Defense asked me for the most important advice I could give them for attracting and retaining Millennials. I gave them two words: emerging adulthood....Show More Summary
Thinking of seeing "The Martian" this weekend? I'll give you the same advice I gave my parents: Yes, do it, and spring for the 3-D IMAX version if at all possible.In case you want to know more about what you're in for, we've annotated the latest trailer for the movie.Read full article >>
A piece of advice to all you parents reading this: Don’t try to be your child’s friend. Don’t get me wrong. You can be kind, you can be chummy, you can (and should) have fun with your kids — but you are not their friend. I say this as a mom and a pediatrician who has […]
. This mini-rant comes to us frorm Tara Lazar, a mom of two and children’s book author. Her website is taralazar.com. Dear Free-Range Kids: I tweeted this Parenting Magazine online article to you a few days ago but wanted to follow up because it has me so upset: “5 Safety Tips to Protect Your Kids from Abduction.” . […]
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A Muslim teen living in the UK turned to Reddit for advice on how to handle coming out to his religious parents.
Everyone needs a wake-up call sometimes. And who better to deliver it than an articulate and adorable 6-year-old? This little girl is caught in the middle of her parents' divorce, and she has some advice for them: "I think you can settle your mean heights down a little to short heights." Wise words, girl. "I'm not trying to be mean," she says. Show More Summary
I knew he wasn’t going to make the deadline. And this wasn’t any old deadline. This was the due date for the fourth-grade California mission report. Every public school child in the Golden State writes a report on one of the 21 missions that were constructed by the Spaniards as a way to spread Christianity
Sending your child off to college for the first time can be confusing. We want our sons and daughters to enjoy campus life, learn by their own successes and failures, and blossom into independent adults. We also want to know whetherShow More Summary
Like all new parents we are bombarded with advice from well-meaning relatives, friends, and co-workers. Everyone has a say on how to feed (bottle vs. breast), how to parent (helicopter vs. free range), how to provide childcare (daycare vs. Show More Summary
My parents accepted my sexuality before I did - xoJane Women share advice for men on the proper way to get their attention - AskMen Everything I learned about dealing with the loss of a loved one - The Frisky Mom forced to breastfeed...Show More Summary
This summer, our family went on a tried-and-true Minnesota vacation. We rented a small cabin up north that had just enough room for the five of us to sleep in, play cards in, and stumble over each other on our way outside. It was perfect. In between sunrise swims and still-gone-fishing sunsets was the kind of spaceless togetherness that I crave. Show More Summary
With college application season almost upon us, where should aspiring college students and their parents look for advice?
A little advice: don't look to Tumblr for parenting advice. Because it looks like this: Wait this is actually genius. More funny stuff on steveinaspeedo.tumblr.com. Steve in a Speedo http://iwannagetphysical.blogspot.com/
Parenting in the Age of Attention Snatchers offers strategies and advice for for parents competing for attention in the digital age.
Students of divorced parents have special considerations when applying for college financial aid. After all, they are likely part of two households, often two families if one or both parents remarries, and two financial circumstances. To find out the inside scoop on maximizing college financial aid for children of divorce, [...]
For this week's episode of Marketing Nerds, I was joined by Catherine Quiambao, formerly of SEJ! I sat down with her to talk about what she has been up to in the intervening months and to get some advice on parenting and working from home. Show More Summary