Marriage & Parenting
Recent research suggests that Republicans are more happily married than Democrats.
I wanted to share a few things with you before the big day that I hope you will remember. Read more »
Did I really just type that title? Aren’t we supposed to keep trying and never give up? Read more »
What at first looks like a nod to anti-vaccine populists actually shows a harder edge than most state laws. The GOP candidate actually takes a harder pro-vaccination stance than most states. Read more »
Husbands may not understand why laundry and dishes are never done, but here's the key: My job is to be a mother, not June Cleaver. Read more »
John and Sara Jennings created a time-lapse video to document Sara's pregnancy and their preparations for the baby's arrival. Read more »
When you try to hide these obvious conversations that are happening right in front of us, it feels like you’re hiding from our family. It feels like the small gap between us that your child... Read more »
Sometimes yelling slows the action or stops a certain behavior, but it comes at a price. A child’s feelings get hurt. I feel guilty because I didn’t keep my cool, and there’s... Read more »
Sesame Street is the backbone of PBS's programming. Now it's headed to HBO. The move is good for business, and Sesame Street's longevity, but perhaps bad for the egalitarian spirit at the show's core. Read more »
These 12 picture books that have recently crossed our desks share an adventure, whether it’s a plan that goes unexpectedly awry, learning a new skill, making a new friend or taking a trip and... Read more »
As a kid, the end of summer was something to be mourned. It meant the end of freedom and the start of school. For parents, the day is less dread and more excitement. Read more »
If family-centric groups of different political stripes are critical of and fight against each other, we weaken our ability to fight against the many forces that are harming children. Read more »
There were days when I lived to put the kids down and then could do nothing more than curl up in bed with my good friends Pillow and Netflix. Years, in fact. Read more »
Now, almost two weeks after my daughter's birth, I have found that while the warnings were useful and accurate, they were lacking in some areas. Read more »
Even though women raised by working mothers are more likely to earn higher wages, the narrative of working motherhood remains tinged with guilt. Read more »
A Chicago nonprofit legal advocacy organization says too many child welfare investigations of "free-range" parenting put families at risk, take resources away from real instances of neglect. Read more »
Every mother feels like a failure at some point, but the trick is to realize our children don't dwell on our mistakes nearly as much as we do. Read more »
Some 200 youths in foster care or those who have aged out of state care are speaking out about their experiences as part of the 14th annual Youth Summit underway at Weber State University. Read more »
Teenagers do some pretty dumb things — it’s a proven fact. However, the new trend in bad decision-making may leave them exposed on the Internet. Read more »
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, Mayor Ralph Becker unveil effort to inspire youths, protect public lands
U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced Thursday Salt Lake City's part in a national initiative to connect children with nature and thus inspire the next generation of outdoor stewards to... Read more »
If you thought calculating a tip at a restaurant is a struggle, you haven’t seen the math homework kids are bringing home these days. Read more »
Through the use of coping statements, I have learned to accept myself and my life — imperfections and all — and as a result, I am generally a much happier, more positive person than I... Read more »
Summer is the perfect time to hit the open road and see the unusual sights the U.S. has to offer. Read more »
Recent data say that some children spend up to seven hours a day looking at computer or phone screens. So how can parents know if their child is addicted to screens? Read more »
Most parents know how incredibly impressionable 3- and 4-year-olds are. They are like little sponges. They can learn almost anything they are exposed to. Read more »
As the countdown to a new school year begins, I'm reminded of my own elementary school days. The good — and the not so good. Read more »
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