Being half Cornish it would be fair to say I spent a fair amount of my childhood holidays in Cornwall, but only in the past few days have I really discovered it. My parents have said it was clearly a waste of time to take a young child to all the beautiful places that I?ve visited [...]Show More Summary
Having a naked iPhone or iPad around kids means living in constant fear of one of them snagging the device and dropping smashing it on the floor. Though the iPhone and iPad are lovely devices when they are undressed, parents who want...Show More Summary
Earlier this month the makers of Sesame Street released an educational kit for children who have a parent (or parents) behind bars. I wrote about the kit's contents, including tips for helping kids cope and for helping them stay connected to their imprisoned parent. Show More Summary
It's pool and beach season again, thus it's a good time for parents to review their water and pool safety rules. Parenting the First Time Through's tips from last year is timely to share again: Never leave a child unsupervised Children should never be left unsupervised in the water, especially very young children. Show More Summary
When toilet training is done incorrectly, it can lead to many different "potty problems." There are five common mistakes that parents can work to avoid.
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As Father's Day draws near, psychologist Jeff Cookston says dads should ask their children for a little more feedback than they might get with the yearly greeting card. Just being a good parent may not be good enough, said Cookston, professor of psychology at San Francisco State University, who has studied fatherhood extensively...
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Engaged dads are linked with improved weight gain in preterm infants and higher rates of breastfeeding. And you can help. Encourage your partner to:•Hone his parenting skills before the baby is born by taking baby-care classes. "Being able to respond to baby's physical needs is one of the best ways to bond," says Roland C. Show More Summary
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This Memorial Day, many pools open for the first time for the warmer weather season. It's a good time for parents to review their water and pool safety rules. Parenting the First Time Through's tips from last year is timely to shareShow More Summary
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My parents live half-way across the country, so usually the only time we get to spend together is on vacation. We like to spring for a house rental; we always have fun—and it keeps the bickering at bay.
At the end of 2011, I wrote about my Top Overshare Tips For 2012, and number one was "If You're Going To Mommyjack, Don't Let It Be A Deathjack." Fast-forward 18 months later, and I've got myself a folder crammed full of deathjacking submissions. Show More Summary
My kids are growing up as part of the Internet generation and, as a result, they love watching videos online. Being good Internet citizens, it's not surprising their favorite videos involve cats doing silly tricks. I would love to let...Show More Summary