How do we teach our children safety rules without scaring them about the big bad world? Pattie Fitzgerald, founder of Safely Ever After, leads the way, sharing sensible and learnable tips.
This mother’s day we sit down with Lisa Erspamer, creator of the book “A Letter to My Mom,” to talk about her experience making the book and why taking the time to recognize our moms is really worth it.
Joined at the hip? Able to feel each other’s pain from miles away? The Twin Coach blogger, Gina Osher, debunks some twin myths and offers tips on how to lovingly help multiples grow as individuals.
Self-proclaimed, “guy’s guy,” Matt Duron, has a gender nonconforming son, and accepts his boy for all of who he is.
Ten insightful behaviors/attitudes to *avoid* if you want to raise your child with strong self-esteem with Wendy Young of Kidlutions.
Shy. Aggressive. Observer. So many adjectives that define our kids. When and how can labeling harm our children? Lynne Kenney, shares her insight.
Slowing down, the wisdom of kids and those special “four letter words” are a few of the topics we culled from the web this week.
Feel awkward when your child points out someone’s skin color different from his/her own? Grace Hwang Lynch says, it’s the perfect opportunity to speak candidly about race with our young kids.
Brett McKay, founder and editor of the popular blog The Art of Manliness, turns to the ancients for his definition of what it is to be a man and father in the modern world.
Meet Dan, Jim, and Laren. These three stay-at-home-fathers, based out of Silicon Valley, are cleaning house, scheduling playdates and making dinner for the family, while their wives bring home the bacon.