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.
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.
When it comes to musical abilities in our kids, we should focus less on talent and more on the benefits that hard work and persistence bring.
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.
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.
Parents magazine worked with charities across the country to create projects that help kids and animals in need, all while teaching your own children the spirit of giving.
Maybe the key to being a better parent is a dose of selfishness.
You might want to steal this daddy-daughter duo's morning routine for yourself.
Our readers share their best ways to manage TV, computer, iPod, and video game time.
Learn about four different parenting styles to see which one fits with your philosophy.
Thanks for all of the LOLs and Likes! We are still cracking up over your comments on these images. Here are the most popular humorous images we posted on Facebook -- and your favorite comments about them!
Thank you to this eloquent mama for seeing the best in all moms, instead of judging them. Here's hoping her words inspire more mothers to do the same!
Their relationship may not have lasted, but these celeb couples are still on the same parenting page, and they've got some great advice for other co-parents out there. From Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom's unusual set-up to Jewel's trick for always keeping the peace, these famous exes show that raising kids together can work, even when the relationship doesn't.
These everyday phrases may actually do more harm than good.
Your child is learning to read other people's feelings. Teach her the right way to respond.
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.
It's never too early to teach children to see the significance of giving to people in need.
Let your child learn from the natural consequences of his own actions, and you can prevent power struggles without being the bad guy.
These go-to phrases are pretty much all you need to keep in your pocket to have a happy, independent kid.
The message behind the brand's new campaign is that everyone parents differently, and there's no such thing as a "perfect mom."
It's cool to feel like a "bad mom." But I'm not buying into it.
Bringing a "vacation mindset" to your everyday life can help you make the most of the time you have with your kids.
Photographer and mom Kirsten McGoey's #ABoyCanToo photo series breaks down gender stereotypes.
Positive, or authoritative, parents value mutual respect and being a good listener.
Take advice from parents who've been there, done that. We asked the experienced moms and dads among 'Parents' readers and editors what "don't sweat it"y tips they would give to first-timers. Benefit from their wisdom!
The best present for our 85th year: to have all these hopes and dreams for families come true by the time Parents turns 100!
Helping your child appreciate other cultures isn't just a kind thing to do -- it'll actually help prepare her for her future.