Any parent that isn’t physically holding their child is a monster and a bad parent, and they are ruining it for everyone else, right?
As parents we need to step back and let our kids make mistakes but if a problem falls into one of these three categories, it's time for you to intervene.
If we see something potentially dangerous online, should we point it out or simply appreciate the cute photo or entertaining post?
A second grader featured on the Today show may be responsible for helping to create friendships and put an end to bullying in school yards everywhere.
I am not suggesting that we should throw caution to the wind. I just think the wind also makes for rosy cheeks.
It wasn't the most appropriate moment for me to feel proud of my son but damn if I didn't want to high-five him anyway.
The new reality show that will inspire your kids to get off the couch and give back—for real.
Kids Playing on Playground
Times have changed, and now when we go to the park I can sit on the sidelines while they play.