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The generation trapped between boomers and millennials has turned parental sharing into a multimedia endeavor. You'll find their children's stories, pictures and videos on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and blogs.
While raising children for the best chance of success later in life, we have to shift gears from responding to a demanding baby's every need to backing off from solving a young child's every problem.
Children are born inherently creative, willing to dance, draw or create at a moment's notice. We all begin with enormous creative capacity, but how does our willingness to act on it diminish as we grow older?
Getting your child to fall asleep and stay asleep can be one of the most painful challenges of parenthood. And baby sleep habits, like other hot-button parenting issues such as nursing versus bottle feeding, bring out the wrath and judgment from others.
For daughters, it can be startling to see a father unable to take care of a home, losing the ability to walk and drive. There's a dissonance to seeing your protector as needing protection.
Anyone who has recently attended a youth sports event knows that parental involvement has become a defining part of the games. Youth sports are big business selling big dreams.
Divorce can impact a parent-child relationship in profound ways, especially for the noncustodial parent. Author and therapist Sam J. Buser has written a book specifically answering questions from divorced fathers.
It was hard to hear Cameron's quiet voice in the hotel conference room filled with young girls. She had raised her hand to ask a question of Annie Fox, who was giving a presentation about "Real Friends and the Other Kind."
The guilt-ridden mom remembers the moment she caved and got the puppy. Her little ones sat desolate, on a swing set, watching another child play with his dog. She asked them what was wrong.
They make it look so easy, those do-it-yourselfers.
We've all done our share of cleaning up other people's messes. But when did our children become too busy, too important and too special to pick up after themselves?
Most kids never report getting bullied. Not to their parents or school. Jackie Humans, author of "15 Ways to ZAP a Bully!" shared these five steps for parents to educate and arm their children before it gets out of hand.
Too much complaining: Tips on cutting down tween girls 'complaint-talk'
If you looked at the outside of your house as a stranger might, would your eyes gloss over the predictability or would they light up with interest?
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