Marriage & Parenting
Nearly 25 years after his death, the beloved Dr. Seuss has a new book that will be released soon.
Recently, my husband and I took the kids down to St. George for a weeklong vacation. Yes, St. George in the dead of summer, during a vicious heat wave. It was hot. Read more »
We frequently mistake plans for goals. We go after things but don’t ask ourselves why we want those things or what they will lead to. We frequently mistake the means for the ends, and the... Read more »
A new study finds that a baby's vision of an adult changes based on distance. In fact, a baby can recognize your face for up to 12 inches. Read more »
My children have a problem. They think the purpose of life is to have fun. Read more »
The culture of winning can have a significant negative impact not only on their children’s enjoyment of the sport, but ultimately on their development as well. Read more »
What a child really needs to experience is mastery. Here are five ways to help children master a skill without sitting in front of a screen. Read more »
'Wigglers welcome': Arts organizations provide performances for children with special needs and their families
Utah arts organizations offer events for families with children who have special needs so they can enjoy a night of cultural performances that have been adapted and have more lenient audience rules. Read more »
How can we, as grandparents, be effective champions of and for our grandkids? How do we become their biggest cheerleaders and best supporters and encouragers? Read more »
An education is one of the greatest gifts a child can receive, but the price tag for this gift is getting more expensive each year. Read more »
With underlying spiritual themes in its popular films and an upcoming short featuring religion, Pixar is fostering kids' spiritual side. Read more »
Twenty states are considering shared parenting for parents after separation or divorce as part of a reform in family courts. There are many ways fathers, and those who support them, are trying to... Read more »
ZEFR, a YouTube marketing and data company, released a study on Thursday that shares research on the massive amount of pregnancy and parenting tips shared on YouTube, and how YouTube is becoming a... Read more »
Your mother always told you to mind your manners, but manners were the first thing to go in the hectic office environment. Read more »
A study came out looking at the personality and actions of fathers on TV shows. Most act like total idiots. But why? Another study shares most people believe they take their dad for granted and... Read more »
The special traits a father brings to his children are irreplaceable. Read more »
I don’t plan on giving up being annoying altogether, but I have learned that I can be a much more pleasant parent if I simply tweak the delivery of my expectations. Read more »
Maryland officials are beginning to make the lines on free-range parenting more clear and have decided that children who play outside are not neglected, unless they are harmed or face a substantial... Read more »
As boys continue to be marginalized by modern society, parents need to take responsibility for rearing their boys into men. Here's how. Read more »
I (Linda) clearly remember feeling my heart beat a little faster as I proudly watched our first little daughter graduate from her preschool class many years ago when we lived in McLean, Virginia. Read more »
Not everyone can be a crafting superstar, but that’s OK. You never know how other mothers may be counting on the unique gifts you take for granted. We’re all different so we can help... Read more »
This world needs more selflessness. This world needs more connection. This world needs more love. We can’t learn these behind a screen. Read more »
What will happen if child care hours are extended? Most parents will work later. Read more »
Although diligent with sunscreen, parents can forget to talk to their children about the risks associated with tanning salons, health experts say. Read more »
There is a distinct line between northern and southern states in the U.S., and this time, it's about family structure. Research has found that the North is more likely to host children who grow up... Read more »
Although children may have left traditional reading, writing and arithmetic at the school door, there are plenty of ways to have fun and engage their brains during the summer. Read more »
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