Picky eaters may have certain standards of what they will and will not eat, but it turns out they're getting almost as much nutrition as other kids -- especially when you sneak it in at snack time.
Oprah just ruined my kids' lives; by telling me I've been ruining them by never saying no. Well, not never -- but certainly not enough.
How to break the daily Mommy screamathons? Tips for taking a few deep breaths.
Some statistics about bullying in schools.
We're not lion -- this trick will keep 'em laughing until next year's April Fools' Day.
Getting itchy? Or is that flaky scalp just a holiday joke?
Have you ever wondered what an expectant dad usually hears
from his male friends? "Buddy, once this baby is born, you can
forget about sex for the next six months." If I were about to
become a father, probably a little unsure about my new role, this
advice would not be particularly comforting. Why do women persist
in thinking that once the baby is born, they will just walk off
into the sunset? And why don't childbirth educators discuss the
importance of "expectations management" and good communications?
Sylvia Brown, author of
The Post-Pregnancy Handbook, explains.
Based on child development research, the following guide
will help in your selection of toys for various age groups. Some
playthings are recommended for more than one age category, as
children of different ages often enjoy the same toy, each playing
with it at his or her own level.