Interfaith marriages that remain with mixed-faith partners has shot up to 40 percent, from 20 percent in the 1960s. And raising interfaith families is increasingly common and supported by a growing number of grass-roots organizations.
A fisherman captures a lobster the size of the family dog - and quickly learns that his spiny catch might be better suited as a family pet rather than a seafood feast.
A mom stays at home with her older son while her husband takes their younger son on a trip. She learns that time alone with her older son is invaluable in building communication, trust, and appreciation for him as an individual.
Lammily, the doll developed with proportions based on the average-sized 19-year-old, is now on sale. What started as a crowdfunding push for a doll that more girls can relate to is now a reality, just in time for the holidays.
As a mom teaches her toddler to talk, she realizes the context around the words might be more important than basic vocabulary.
When her daughter gets frustrated preparing for a swim meet, a mom remembers the importance of silencing the inner critic that tries to sideline confidence.
One dad secures a world record, and in the process, forges a new connection with his sons.
A family learns to shift holiday traditions as one kid takes her leave for school. While parents look forward to ending sibling sparring over the holidays, sometimes absence can make the heart grow fonder.
A new report tries to capture the number of homeless children in the US. While the numbers could fluctuate for a number of reasons, the opportunity for parents to connect directly with other parents in need remains a constant source of hope.
Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe is being accused of playing favorites by pardoning his son for a 2003 felony drug conviction. But understanding what is lost for non-violent offenders could help illustrate the importance of forgiveness.
Adam Mansbach captured the hearts of frustrated parents In 2011 with his book including the f-bomb in the title. Mr. Mansbach is back to entertaining parents with a new title targeting mealtime.
A Maryland school district strips the names of religious holidays from its school calendars. As a debate ensues, one mom wonders, are there bigger issues in schools that might deserve a little more parental involvement?
Former "MythBusters" cast member Grant Imahara is now appearing in McDonald's commercials explaining 'pink slime.' How do I explain that to my 10-year-old son?
A silly animal spotting game brings a family together as they explore a new country across the globe. More importantly, the memories of that game keep the family close long after they return home.
There is a population of vehicles growing on the roads – parents running with strollers – as more parents realize that some of the best workouts can be with tots in tow.