I learned a few lessons in the past week, surviving 5 days of the nastiest stomach bug I’ve ever encountered. Here are some tips to help you get through when (sadly, not IF) it happens to you.
I came across a great article in the Huffington Post on how to talk to your children about the results of the 2016 Presidential election.
The first book aimed at parents eager to help their children embrace resilience, risk-taking, a desire to change the world, and other qualities of successful entrepreneurs.
A beautiful, wise piece on accepting your children, no matter how they turn out, from Seleni.org
10 simple and effective strategies for coping with the stress and frustration of parenting.
An article in today’s New York Times offers the latest scientific evidence that not only is spanking ineffective, it actually increases aggressive behavior in children.
Find out what the latest scientific research has to say about how much screen time is okay for your kids – and how to optimize their use of technological devices.
What They Won’t Tell You About Parenting offers great, humorous advice from Tom Limbert, an expert in childhood development and real-life dad.
Everyone knows that long plane trips with toddlers can be tricky. Here are some tips to help make your experience a little easier.
This reviewer writes: “You know that cozy feeling you get when you’re talking to someone who really gets you? That’s how I felt the entire time I was reading Multiples Illuminated.”