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Just wanted to get an update out to let you know that nothings happened to me. Its amazing how little time you have when as a parent you go from a "double coverage" situation to "Man-to-man". It makes for some very long days, combined with getting up every 2 hours or so for a feeding. You know, w

A Parent's Mixed Emotions On Graduation Day

My boy, stepping off into a big, bright future... On June 7, 2014 my youngest child, walked across the stage at a local college's gymnasium and got his high school diploma. As it was when his older sister and then his older brother did it, the day was filled with emotions that cover the spectrum. Show More Summary

How to Slow Down Your Family’s Schedule

Intentional parents help their children learn skills, gain confidence, grow in character, find interests, and experience new opportunities. When they are young, we desire to give them every opportunity to discover what they love and where they will succeed. Often, this results in busy family schedules. We are presented the opportunity for busyness by living […]

Q&A with Carmen Fariña from the forum on city scho

6 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Carmen Fariña answered questions from parents and educators at a town hall forum Thursday night.

Fariña takes school questions at packed Bronx forum

7 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña opened her inbox to more than 500 concerned parents and educators at a town hall forum.

Kids - Kids can watch docos for free at IMAX

30 May-30 Sep IMAX Darling Harbour has introduced a special offer for parents and kids that’ll run throughout the winter school holidays. Children can watch documentary...

How to Help Your Child Let Go of Their Hoarding Habit

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Wearables may prevent kids and athletes from traumatic brain injuries - Wearable devices that signal parents and coaches of head impact

Sports injuries can prove to be fatal if timely action is not taken. A sudden blow or jolt to head may take a nasty concussion turn whereby the brain loses its ability to act normally. There are several collision sports like football, rugby, volley ball, wrestling, ice hockey or car racing where the athlete remains […]

Compliance remains the central goal

Alfie Kohn said: Whether or not it’s stated explicitly, compliance remains the central goal of most classroom management programs, character education initiatives, and parenting resources. Sure, we stress the virtues of independent thinking and assertiveness, but mostly in the context of getting kids to resist peer pressure. If a child has the temerity to resist [...]

Parents sue Brooklyn HS for expelling daughter over sext rap

11 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

The parents of a teen are suing a Yeshiva high school in Brooklyn for expelling their daughter.

Funny Or Die Criticizes The Duggars' Response To Josh's Molestation Admission! Watch Their Parody HERE!

Josh Duggar's molestation admission may not be getting much air time on FOX News, but a different media outlet is shining a spotlight on his parents' response to his atrocious acts. Funny Or Die came out with a new sketch Wednesday, parodying the way Michelle and Jim Bob (poorly) handled the situation both then and now. We [...]

This Is What Happens When A Millennial Tries To Get A Job

In “Global Youth Unemployment Hits 35 Million As Recent Grads Lean On Parents,” we documented what we have called the “pitiable plight” of recent college graduates whose degrees now cost in excess of $35,000 and who are entering a job market bereft of real opportunities for gainful employment. Show More Summary

Not A Regular Mom, A Cool Mom: How To Name Your Hipster Baby

12 hours agoLifestyle / Parenting : Mommyish

Are you having a baby (or getting a dog)? Excellent! Now it's time to pick a name that shows off how cool you are. More » Not A Regular Mom, A Cool Mom: How To Name Your Hipster Baby is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

WATCH: Mom Says Trans Son Was Cyber-Bullied Days Before Suicide

A grieving mother who lost her 14-year-old son to suicide is ready to speak out so no parent experiences what her family is currently enduring. read more

Young Boy Goes Ballistic, Assaults Pregnant Woman: His Parents Reaction Will Infuriate You [Video]

On Tuesday, May 26, disturbing footage of a young boy going ballistic was uploaded to Viral TV. Based on the video, the boy became embroiled in a heated verbal confrontation with a pregnant woman, but the shocking incident took a horrific turn for the worse when he struck her. Show More Summary

It'll soon be easier to find family-friendly content on Google Play

Google has detailed some of the changes coming to the Google Play Store that make it easier for parents to find family-friendly content. Google is making it easier for parents to find family-friendly content in the Play Store. The company...Show More Summary

The Summer Pep Talk Parents Need

It is almost summer, which means no more winter coats, chapped lips or swearing under our breath while we scrape the icy windshield and the baby screams in the car seat. No more flu season or cabin fever or mismatched mittens no one wants to wear, anyway. We have survived winter. Show More Summary

Google launches the Family Store, a Play Store section for kids and parents

Google today announced at its I/O developer conference a special place for children and parents in the Google Play Store. It’s called the Family Store. You can drill down to apps by age — like apps for kids aged 9-12 and those for kids aged 6-8, as Google Play product manager Ellie Powers said onstage. […]

5 Facts Millennials Should Know About Retirement Planning

Millennials never seem to get a break. 14% of 25 to 34-year-olds are still living at home with their parents. In 2013, the median annual income was $30,000 and $35,000 for full-time Millennial women and Millennial men, respectively. Just 36% of Americans under the age of 35...

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