Studies show that children are more likely to eat foods that they helped to grow.
Honest Baby lets you chart daily activities, track feeding, sleep and diaper changes and add special moments.
A Pew study shows that almost two thirds of women are employed, are the sole or main breadwinner and non-workers have more depression, sadness and anger.
Are children who are spanked when they misbehave more likely to be anxious or more aggressive than children who are not?
The majority of missing kids are not taken by strangers but by relatives or people they or their family knows so teach your children to beware.
A new study suggests how well babies sleep at night during their early years is primarily based on their genes. But that may change at 18 months.
Looking for a place to keep all of your kid’s pictures and big moments? Oogababy may have a funny name, but it’s a good repository for stories, videos and photos.
A Philadelphia social services organization is bringing in the experts Saturday to help teach parents how to raise good kids during tough times.
There may be a battle brewing on social media between parents who are in favor of vaccines and those who are against it for their children.
Endless Alphabet is a fun way for kids to not only learn their ABCs, but to begin learning words on sight.
So what do you think? Does praising your child help or hurt and when is praise too much praise? It is obviously a good thing to use praise to encourage children, but can the wrong type of praise have a negative effect?
Research out of Yale University finds that although overweight and obese adolescents are most often bullied by friends and peers, a significant numbers of them are also bullied by adults.
For parents, the annual New Year’s Eve celebration is a great way to give the little ones the experience of ringing in the New Year without having a tired child the next day.
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.
It’s not unusual to see somebody over-sharing on Facebook, but one expert says more-frequently the guilty parties aren’t kids or young adults, it’s their parents.