Kristi Pahr

Whether you're heating up formula or breast milk, these devices help get meals ready in a flash.
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Summer is right around the corner, and while many students are looking forward to a three-month break from the school grind, others are getting prepped for the summer semester. Here's everything parents need to know about summer school.
Your kids might get you a little extra pocket change come tax refund time. Here's what parents need to know about the 2021 Child Tax Credit, plus three other credits that could help you save.
Could breast milk hold the answer to treating COVID-19? Researchers are trying to find out.
Coronavirus stimulus checks are on everyone's minds—here's the fine print and what you should do with yours when it comes.
With many schools and daycares closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, childcare has become very online. Virtual babysitting is a thing now, but is it all it's cracked up to be?
An increasing number of pregnant people are choosing a freebirth plan, a delivery without any medical intervention of any kind. Here's why, and why it's a dangerous trend.
Not every kid is suited for the same path after high school. Here are the basics on which might be the best fit for your teen.
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If you thought peek-a-boo was your baby's favorite game, think again.
COVID-19 has made things hard for everyone, but one mom of two in Austin, Texas helped bring her community together to assist families in the NICU and others in need.
Need to learn to hang a shelf? Tie a tie? Shave? Rob Kenney has you covered on his YouTube channel.
Keeping everything together when you're a new parent is no easy task, but one Reddit mom thanks her years as a barista for helping her prepare for life with a little one.
Fifth-grader Chelsea Phaire runs Chelsea's Charity and fills boxes with markers, crayons, paper, and other art materials and ships them out to kids in need around the country.
Parents shouldn't feel like they are required to put their kids through rigorous summer schooling to make up for quarantine school's curriculum. There are plenty of ways to keep the learning going outside of traditional academics.
As states across the country begin the slow road to reopening, many working parents are left wondering who's going to watch the kids.
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Dads may think they're doing more now that many are home due to social distancing guidelines, but it's still mostly moms doing the heavy lifting of household chores and distance learning.
The human goes through some miraculous changes when growing and nurturing babies–but there's one we never expected. Here's everything you need to know about why breast tissue can swell up in your armpits.
As schools move to a pass/fail grading system for the semester of distance learning, experts want high-performing teens to stop trying to gauge their success and give themselves a break instead.
Parents are trying anything to keep kids entertained during stay-at-home orders and the cast of Saturday Night Live suggests we take it one step further in their latest parenting parody skit.
Times are tough for everyone, but for upcoming college freshmen and graduating college seniors, the COVID-19 pandemic is changing everything.
We didn't ask for this, but here we are. How can we make distance learning work when we never wanted to homeschool in the first place?
There's a new social media campaign aimed at thanking those who put themselves at risk to make our stay-at-home lives much more tolerable and a lot safer.
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Experts weigh on the likelihood your child's school could close due to the spread of the coronavirus, when it would reopen, and what options parents who work full-time will have when it comes to child care.
We asked our readers to share the inspiring projects their families are creating during social distancing and the results are incredible.
With schools closed, kids haven't seen their friends in weeks. Virtual playdates can keep kids socially connected to their networks—and are fairly low lift for already stressed parents.