Alessandro Volta, celebrated on National Battery Day, February 18, invented one of parent's biggest frustrations today – the battery.
The overwhelming support of a Kickstarter campaign for Princess Awesome, a company focused on making dresses for girls with gender-neutral designs, shows how many are tired of standard patterns for girl's clothes.
Former Red Sox pitching star Curt Schilling named the cyber bullies on Monday who targeted his daughter online with vulgar comments.
One mom realizes that her elementary school-aged son is growing more independent, but as she considers letting him enjoy a little more freedom, the concern of what other parents might think of her gives her pause.
While critics of pot legalization might point to the risk of kids getting high, one teen points out the ways marijuana abuse by her own parents has shattered her upbringing.
Oscars 2015 had a particularly familial feel, from stars hitting the red carpet with their parents and siblings, to actors encouraging others to call their parents and thank them for everything they do.
A mother of two small children looks back on her time as a single woman and writes a letter of appreciation for life before, and after, kids.
Parents across the country waited for the NBC mini-series 'The Slap' to start a discussion on corporal punishment. What they received instead was a host of dysfunctional family values.
A mother's simple act of delivering cookies sets into motion a friendship, one of those friendships, that results in a second mother to her boys and a lifeline for her in her greatest hour of need.
February marks the annual Boy Scouts anniversary, and one journalist reflects on how his reporting skills, and willingness to ask for help, led him to unexpected scouting adventures with his son.
Parents are fuming after their middle school students were given a 'Fifty Shades of Grey' word search in school. It serves as a good reminder that checking worksheets and assignments is still important.
David Beckham is suave, sophisticated, a world-class athlete, and a humanitarian. Now all he needs to do is not embarrass his teenage son. That might be the hardest feat of all.
Parents can definitely get on board with encouraging their kids to eat healthy and preparing more food at home, two things Michelle Obama is promoting to end childhood obesity. But give up a pantry staple like macaroni and cheese? Gasp.