It's easy to tell parents to "slow down," "appreciate every moment." But how? Read advice from parents who have been there, done that.
C onfession: I’m unabashedly in love with parenting advice. Particularly from anyone with a lot of kids. Have three kids? Pretty sure you know something that would help me out! Have SIX? How many hours do you have available for me to pick...Show More Summary
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While Chris "Ludacris" Bridges stopped by TODAY on Friday to discuss the last installment of the "Fast and the Furious" franchise, "Furious 7," the actor and rapper shared some special parenting tips for his fellow busy, working parents. "For all the parents out there living busy lives, you have to take time out to take care of your kids," he said.
Post by Judy Dutton. Where do celebrities go for parenting advice? Well, if you ask Cindy Crawford, Glee producer Ryan Murphy, The Talk host Julie Chen, and many others in the Hollywood area, they'd swear by baby nurse Luiza DeSouza....Show More Summary
Lego boycott threats about online after angst over the March/April Lego Club Magazine went viral online. A group of parents are outraged about an article in the Emma’s Beauty Tips which they feel offered “insulting” beauty tips to little girls. Show More Summary
There are many so-called "parenting experts" out there giving advice to moms and dads. But if you want REAL, rock-solid tips, look no further than comedian Rachel Dratch. In a web-exclusive "Late Night With Seth Meyers" segment, the SNL alum and mom to 4-year-old Eli took the time to answer parents' burning questions about raising kids. Show More Summary
Hospital that oversees care for a number of major professional teams offers advice to parents, coaches and athletes for playing it safe.
Married couple David and Kelly Sopp (previously at Neatorama) wrote a book full of comic advice they call "Safe Baby Pregnancy Tips." The book, perfect for expectant parents, is a lighthearted look at a time when couples (particularly mothers-to-be) are often overwhelmed by solicited and not-so-solicited bits of advice on pregnancy and child rearing. See more at Trend Hunter.
His tip for Jimmy Kimmel: Don?t teach your baby to beat people up
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by Sadia Virk When I was getting married, friends and family members alike were busy sharing advice and tips for the new life ahead of me. Conflict resolution skills, how to divide up household chores, keeping good relations with your...Show More Summary
W hat is your #1 tip for entrepreneurs who are also about to be parents for the first time? Cut the Fat "In high school, my tennis coach told me, "You can be amazing at two things: Pick your two." At the time, I was good (not amazing) at too many things. Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel is getting ready to become a father again, but it's been quite a while since he's had to care care of a baby. With that in mind, he took some time out of Thursday's (June 19) "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to seek out the advice from the best possible source: a six-year-old girl named Isla.The biggest problem he has happens to be changing diapers. Show More Summary
Tom Burns has some advice for geeky parents who want to take their geeky kids to their first-ever comic book convention. The post Nine Tips for Taking Your Kid to Their First Comic-Con appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Tips, tricks and general advice for parents with Apple-based tablets or smartphones and inexhaustibly curious 2-to-3-year-olds
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As a pediatrician, I encourage families to search online for health advice. Yet how you search and where you click matters. Tips for you and your time with “Dr. Google” or “Surgeon Bing.” The Pew Internet Project’s research finds that over 70% of Internet users in the United States say they have looked online for health information [...]
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Readers — This McSweeney’s post by Beth Levine and Liz Dancho is soooo good. It’s called “Parenting Tips I Learned from Law & Order: SVU” and includes such advice as: Don’t raise your kids in New York City. They will end up running their own adult website and spending all their money on video games. Don’t (continue reading...)