Are you a positive parent? Whether you're disciplining your child for bad behavior or helping through a difficult homework assignment, you'll love these tips for positive parenting.
While these gestures may seem trivial to adults, they go a long way with your little ones. Here are a few easy tricks to make your child smile.
Recent studies show that talking about weight can cause long-term harm.
These go-to phrases are pretty much all you need to keep in your pocket to have a happy, independent kid.
Bringing up daughters is complicated: Empowerment messages and impressive achievements are everywhere, yet depression and anxiety are very real threats. This is how to help your daughter become her best, well-rounded self in spite of it all.
No matter how old (or young) your firstborn is, she'll have some adjusting to do when a brother or a sister comes on the scene. These tactics will make the changes easier for all of you.
There are no words to express just how moving this mom's post is about accepting her son, nail polish, tutus, and all.
You're as tired of the word as your kids are of hearing it. Follow a parenting expert's strategies for getting kids to behave by saying "yes" more often. Then sit back and enjoy the positive results.
Although the days with little kids often seem long, the years fly by. Use this practical and purposeful blueprint to savor the moments you have together.
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Let your child learn from the natural consequences of his own actions, and you can prevent power struggles without being the bad guy.
'Notes for Amelie' prove there is so much goodness in the world, even in the face of tragedy.
If you're mom, there are some things you should just never post online. From bragging statuses to inundating your friends with baby photos, see how guilty you are of digital TMI.
There are some things only parents of boys will understand. From their unconditional love for their mommas to furniture being turned into their own personal jungle gym, see how many you recognize.
The best present for our 85th year: to have all these hopes and dreams for families come true by the time Parents turns 100!
Our readers share their great ideas for marking the occasion.
Yes, those good old p's and q's still matter--but teaching them calls for a creative approach. Read on for fun ways to get your kids schooled in the essentials of etiquette. You'll thank us!
Moms, we needed to hear this.
How could I raise confident daughters if I didn't get comfortable in my own skin first?
Learn about four different parenting styles to see which one fits with your philosophy.
How one mom used her son's love of cars to teach him to how to navigate bad moods and angry moments.
The new F word is Fat-- a topic many moms have trouble discussing with their kids. Get the tools to talk about positive body image and healthy weight in the best way possible to develop good self-esteem.
You don't have to agree with the former Secretary of State's policies to acknowledge the importance of her presidential nomination.
For Catherine Newman and her family, shared adventures make the happiest birthday presents -- and the best memories.
How a mom and dad use short, timely notes to create a precious record of their daughters' childhoods. One family's easy solution for preserving fleeting childhood moments
Marine dad John York made sure he got to spend every holiday with his son by celebrating them all before he was deployed.
Young children often don't know how to handle their anger -- but you can help them learn to relax and let it go.