Busy schedules afford families little time to talk. Many lose dinner time together – meaning kids lose the opportunity to hear new words about politics, schedules, movies, or sports.
According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, over 200,000 children were wrongfully taken – NOT by a stranger – but by a non-custodial parent.
Pregnancy is a critical time period in which brain function and structure develop. A new study suggests children of mothers who had high blood pressure during pregnancy showed reduced thinking abilities.
Do those permission slips you sign to allow a school to take your child on a field trip mean you can’t sue the school when something goes wrong?
Buy Me a Pie lets you not only make shopping lists, but sync yours with your family’s or friends’.
When someone sues a trampoline owner for injuries sustained, the owner will be judged on the precautions he took to prevent injuries.
Research indicates that middle class parents encourage their kids to ask for help from teachers but working class parents stress that kids should respect teachers and ask for help from classmates.
There was an interesting study last week which showed a link between autism and the age of the father when the baby is conceived.
With the ChoreMonster app, kids gain points for things like cleaning their room or clearing the table. In turn, they can redeem those for real world rewards, like a TV show or ice cream or whatever the parents set up.
If you have children you need to be thinking about the start of school.
Parents are about half as likely to catch a cold as people without children, regardless of their preexisting immunity.
If you volunteer to be a chaperone for your child’s prom, you do have some legal obligations.
Families flocked to the Philadelphia Zoo Sunday. And fathers at the zoo talked about what Father’s Day means to them.
It’s a sad fact that, as Father’s Day approaches, a lot of men see their kids at arm’s length, due to divorce.
Hey! Happy Father’s Day! How’s that parenting thing going for you? Expensive? Well, it could be even more expensive if your kid gets into trouble.