A French couple was told they couldn't name their child Nutella. Meanwhile, some parents might pay $35,000 for a team of experts to craft their baby's name. The name game among parents might be getting a little out of hand.
A photo originally posted on George Takei's Facebook wall in 2014 illustrates the cookie cutter nature of school science fairs, and it has re-surfaced in time for this year's science fair season.
What we call others, and what we ask to be called ourselves, does still matter in a world of first-name-only pop stars and retail associates.
A mom surprises her family and herself when her plan for a fun Saturday at the zoo resembles a military operation.
It's hard to shake off student debt, unless Taylor Swift is in your corner.
Kids' taste in social networks seems to change faster than it takes to post an Instagram, but one group in the UK is working directly with teens to ensure their data is the most up to date and relevant.
PBS premieres a second season of ‘Genealogy Roadshow’ January 13 and one mom learns from the experts how to search for more information about the great parents of her family before her.
There's roughhousing, then there are lethal moves, and most kids couldn't tell you the difference when wrestling on the playground. The bigger danger might be that many teachers and parents don't know the difference either.
On the road to a minimalist home, one mom realizes that kid stuff is a major roadblock, and the youngest members of the family need to get on board to make minimalist living a success.
Charlie Hebdo attacks seem a world away, until the news of the attacks, and a biting OpEd response, end up at the breakfast table. When parents avoid reacting to news, it helps their kids respond.