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?
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.
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.
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As the commercial presence for the holidays creeps earlier each year, some might be tempted to write off the holidays altogether. Instead, families should take the opportunity to develop their own, unique holiday traditions.
GoldieBlox released a new video promoting the launch of an action figure to interact with its construction sets. Some say the figure's design seems a little too predictable, and not enough to break the mold.
Home Economics, as it has been known, is shifting to keep up with foodie and maker movement trends and their influence on teens today. Once the way to teach kitchen basics, it has evolved to teach more nuanced skills in food and beyond.
Some parents may think the start of their kids' school career might be the right time to go back to work. But new research shows that having a parent home for school-age kids can produce tangible benefits.
LinkedIn is sponsoring 'Bring in Your Parents' day on November 6. For one executive, inviting his own parents and the parents of his employees to the office everyday has proven to be invaluable in running a modern business.
Teens seem to understand best what turns images into internet sensations. As one mom grapples with the logic of how a Target clerk image has spread like wildfire, her young sons help explain: there is no logic involved.