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Can I Even Fix a Nine-Year-Old Grudge with My In-Laws?

Q: I need some help moving on. When my husband and I married almost nine years ago, it was pretty clear his parents didn’t want us to. They thought we were too young. We were twenty-six (me) and twenty-five (him) at the time, and weShow More Summary

New Book From Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Helps Parents Make the Best Food and Lifestyle Choices for Their Baby

From preconception to post-delivery, a new book from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and registered dietitian Elizabeth Ward provides first-time and experienced parents with the latest advice on how good nutrition and other lifestyle habits can help them have the healthiest baby possible.

Helping Your Aging Parent Deal With Their Finances

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you have elderly, but still healthy, parents, grandparents or other relatives who rely on you – now is the time to think about your role with their finances in the event that you may need to help them manage at some point in the future. Show More Summary

4 ways to help care for your aging parents, spouse with tech

Nearly 90% of people over 65 want to stay at home as long as they are able, according to a research report by the National Conference of State Legislatures and the AARP Public Policy Institute.        

Mom's C-section selfie goes viral

Every day, more and more parents come up with unique ways to make their birthing experiences even more special. Like this one mom, who helped deliver her own baby during a C-section. Read moregs | Comments

If you’ve got a new baby or know someone else who does, Obvious...

If you’ve got a new baby or know someone else who does, Obvious Plant is here to help with this list of baby essentials that he posted in the infant department of a Target. We wish someone had informed our parents about the vital importance of raccoons with saddles when we were babies.  Want to put up some funny prank signs of your own? Order the Obvious Plant book here!

Cognoa raises $11.6 million for digital health platform that spots early signs of autism in kids

Digital health platform Cognoa has raised $11.6 million from existing investor Morningside, taking the company’s total funding to more than $20 million since its inception in 2013. Palo Alto, Calif.-based Cognoa helps parents concerned about their kids’ development through a screening and support platform that makes it easier to spot developmental delays such as might […]

How to Talk to Your Parents About Money Without Being a Jerk

Money is a complicated, intimidating topic for most people, and that includes parents. If your parents need financial help, it can be a tricky subject to approach. I asked a few money experts for their opinion on how to talk about the topic delicately. Read more...

Cognoa raises $11.6M to assess child development with machine learning

Healthcare startup Cognoa Inc. has raised $11.6 million to expand its digital platform that helps parents screen for developmental delays and early signs of autism. Cognoa’s latest funding comes from its existing investor, Morningside...Show More Summary

3, 2, 1, Ftttttt… When Adult Kids Won’t Move Out

Mr. Dad helps a parent out of a three-ended pickle. The post 3, 2, 1, Ftttttt… When Adult Kids Won’t Move Out appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Hoops tournament raises funds for parenting skills program

Jelani Tonge, the father of a 2-year old girl, decided St. Joseph's Parenting Center's 24-7 Dad program, a support group for fathers, might help him improve his parenting skills. "I … Click to Continue »

13 Mouthwatering Treats You Can Make With Boxed Cake Mix

Boxed cake mix is a staple in any parent's kitchen, especially when it comes to birthday parties and last-minute school bake sales. This versatile baking ingredient, however, goes beyond just helping you create a basic birthday cake....Show More Summary

How parents with less-than-stellar credit can help their kids get a credit card

Parents with less-than-perfect credit: You can still help your teenager or young adult child get a credit card and start building a strong credit history. Your credit history isn't shared Your credit history and scores are yours alone. A person who shares an account with you shares only the history...

Mom Truths: How to stop worrying all the time

This one is for all the moms who are always worrying about something. The TODAY Parenting Team's Cat and Nat are here to help us relax — and laugh! — a whole lot more.

Scientists Solve Mystery of Sperm Cell Swimming Stroke

Mommy, where do babies come from? It’s a question no parent looks forward to hearing. While clever animalian metaphors and thinly-veiled innuendo might help hapless mothers and fathers explain the process of human reproduction to children, that child-like curiosity still fuels research into human reproduction and genetics....

Trudeau’s daycare budget ‘is about getting parents of young children into the paid labor force’

The government's projected allocation for childcare 'doesn’t help women who decide to stay home.'

Ellen Pompeo Credits Her Baby Nurse With Making Parenting Manageable

Grey's Anatomy's Ellen Pompeo spoke about the challenges of motherhood and how having a baby nurse to lend a helping hand has made all the difference.

Tips To Help Children Cope With Divorce

Divorce is hard, for all of the individuals involved. When your parents decide to get divorced, you may experience many different, overwhelming, and even conflicting emotions. You may feel torn between the two people you love the most,...Show More Summary

We're all in this together: Nominate your favorite parent bloggers for an award

The TODAY Parenting Team is helping to host this year's Iris Awards. Here's how to nominate your favorite parenting bloggers and video stars.

Supreme Court bolsters rights of learning-disabled students

The court sided with parents of an autistic teen in Colorado who said their public school did not do enough to help their son make progress. They sought reimbursement for the cost of sending him to private school. Continue reading ? The post Supreme Court bolsters rights of learning-disabled students appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

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