Parents Latina helps you raise healthy, happy multicultural kids who are rooted in your family's heritage even as they shape America's future.
It may be a place filled with magic, but pulling off a great trip to Walt Disney World is anything but child's play. Here’s our best time-saving tips, money-saving strategies, and sanity-saving advice.
These Spanish nursery rhymes can develop your child's literacy skills, putting him one step closer to learning another language.
Gather family and friends around the kitchen table for a tamale-making party. It may just become your kid’s favorite holiday tradition.
These unique Latina names were inspired by everything from patron saints to the Aztecs.
Children ask questions—lots of questions. But you can turn the tables! Here are 63 fun suggestions to get a conversation started.
Feel good about your next shopping spree by sticking to these brands that support female artisans.
Parents are increasingly insisting their otherwise healthy kids have hormone-related tests unnecessarily. Experts say to consider these issues in their context.
Meet three mamás who’ve turned their passion for beauty into a business, all while raising kids.
I was waiting to discuss race with my kids, but then someone beat me to the punch—with a very different message.
The pro wrestler may be used to kicking butt inside the ring, but as a mom, she’s slowly finding her way—and that’s okay by her.
Looking for a fun way to promote literacy this holiday season? We found the best gifts for every skill level.
Ready, Set, Glam! When festivities call, it’s fun (or, in our book, mandatory!) to double down on the glitz. Here, five get gorgeous ideas to try—whether you have a few minutes or mere seconds.
Put a bunch of Latinas in a room and chances are that we’ll soon be swapping beauty advice—when we find the perfect base or an amazing curl cream, we have to share it. Case in point: We asked readers to test this year’s makeup, skin, and hair launches. Here, the products they can’t stop talking about.
The education gap may get all the headlines. But at these five schools, Latino students are thriving in and outside the classroom.
Want to help your school make changes? Follow this blueprint.
Top celeb facialists share their at-home skin fixes so you can look (and feel!) like you’ve spent the day at one of their spas.
More dads are choosing to stay home and take care of the kids instead of being the traditional breadwinner. And they’ve learned a few secrets they want to share.
Just plug in and chill out with these slow-cooker recipes that cook all day without heating up your kitchen. Perfect for those hot summer months!
Want to give your kids a bilingual boost? These top titles written in both English and español are as multicultural as our niños!
Actress and R&B singer Tatyana Ali is raising her son Edward, 1, to take pride in who he is, including his Panama and Trinidad roots.
Whether your due date is approaching or you feel the urge to get your home in tip-top shape, use this guide to get the work done.
It may be challenging, but the most important thing you can do is schedule time for yourself. Not only can it save your sanity—it will also make you a better mom.
Melissa Fumero plays an uptight cop on the hit comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," but in real life she’s the laid-back mom of son Enzo, 1. Here, she talks about surprise parenthood, teaching her son mindfulness, and what it takes to be a "mama bear."
These tips make it easy to say ¡basta! to family members that criticize your parenting decisions.
While the average family size in the U.S. continues to shrink, some Latinas are bucking the trend and following the tradition of having a bigger brood. But with more kids come more costs. See how three moms stretch their dollar, and be inspired by their saving strategies, no matter how many children you have.
Best known for her "Milkshake," singer, mom, and chef Kelis serves up plenty more in her cookbook, My Life on a Plate, a collection of recipes inspired by her Puerto Rican upbringing and world travels. Here, she shares dishes fit for a feast.
Dolls who look like Latina girls are more widely available than ever, and they are a great way to foster a healthy self-image in our niñas.
These unique female names were inspired by everything from patron saints to the Aztecs.
By the year 2020, it's predicted that more than half of us will be diabetic or pre-diabetic. Here are 6 superfoods that will help you beat the odds.
Sharing the same house with grandparents can be a boon for families looking to connect on a deeper level—until they interfere with your parenting choices.