Insights and opinions about important parenting topics making headlines and issues that matter to parentsâ€”like kids' health, safety, education, food and nutrition.
A new book of amazing stories will convince you to never give up hope.
My daughter is almost too big for that--which is why I hold her as tightly as I can right now.
Being on a budget doesn't mean you have to skip the romance this Valentine's Day.
Go behind the scenes with Savannah Gurthie at her Parents cover photo shoot! Get an inside look at her go-to bedtime story ritual.
When someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, you--and they--will have lots of questions. Meet two moms who are helping to answer them.
I don't know about you, but my digital life is a mess. Google is attempting to fix that.
Some parents report seeing "horrifying" changes in their children who took the popular laxative. Here's what the experts have to say about Miralax for kids.
The importance of gender-neutral toys for boys and girls goes beyond just being politically correct.
Can we just get rid of the father-daughter dances and mother-son events already?
When your child starts walking or using the potty doesn't matter as much as you may think it does.
Chelsea Clinton, former First Daughter and mom-of-two, shares her favorite books to read to daughter Charlotte and son Aidan in honor of Women's History Month.
A smart new book offers take-the-high-road advice to improve any relationship.
Alissa Parker's daughter was 6 years old when she was murdered. Now, in her new book An Unseen Angel, she poignantly describes her family's journey to forgiveness.
Get ready for the next stage of your child's life.
A pediatric urologist explains why young students should have free access to the bathroom during school.
Bringing a "vacation mindset" to your everyday life can help you make the most of the time you have with your kids.
I am shattered by the news that one of my family's favorite authors has only days left to live.
It's Child Passenger Safety Week--so take the time to make sure your kid's ride is as safe as possible.
Quite a lot, as it turns out. Here's what's healthy, and what might mean your kid is constipated.