It is tempting to allow a child to remain blissfully ignorant of racial issues for as long as possible. But at what age should we begin to help them form a foundation for understanding racial difference? Dr. Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton, Professor of Psychology at UC Berkeley, continues this important conversation.
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Do your children know what to do if they become lost? Who should they turn to? As we head out to the crowded parades and amusement parks of Summer, renowned child safety expert, Pattie Fitzgerald, offers some savvy tips for playing it safe.
Check out MoCo Mama Abbie’s charming video, full of helpful tips for jazzing up your kids’ daily routines, part of our exciting new series of parenting videos.
Watch this exciting new video detailing the passion that drove the MoCo Mamas to start The Mother Company and how they achieve a work-life balance as busy Mompreneurs.
We all want to raise confident kids, but in our quest to encourage and affirm positive qualities in our children, are we really just creating a generation of “praise junkies”? Here’s how to recognize the telltale signs that a child is becoming dependent on praise and what you can do to foster your child’s internal courage and sense of self-worth.
Respect often seems like an elusive goal for young children. Can respect even be taught? Indeed, parenting expert Sue Atkins offers ten easy ways parents can teach (and show) kids a little
You’re invited! This Spring The Mother Co is focused on siblings – the good, the …
You love your child with all your heart, but do you ever feel like you just don’t like him/her very much? You aren’t alone. Jennifer Waldburger, author, parenting expert and therapist, addresses this painful issue felt by many.
Berate and belittle your child into a GENIUS?! Did you read “The Tiger Mom” Amy Chua’s excerpt from her upcoming book? Well, we’ve got a rebuttal by sociologist and happiness expert, Christine Carter.
Does your 3-6 year old want to know how a baby got in mommy’s belly? Did you panic because you thought it was time to have “the talk?” Wait! Not so quick! You’ll be glad to hear some insight from Dr. Gail Saltz, psychiatrist and author of, “Amazing You,” before you answer the Big Question.