It feels like families are busier than ever. Parents have demanding jobs. Kids participate in multiple activities. There are events with extended family, school concerts, vacations, and all sorts of commitments to keep people on the go throughout the week. If you feel like you can barely pause and take a breath, it’s time to take steps to carve out a little extra time and regain some peace.(more…)
People love to give unsolicited parenting advice, but the wisdom from your mother-in-law or your great aunt Bertha may not be what you need when your new baby refuses to sleep through the night or you’re struggling to get your teenager to do his homework. For that kind of advice, you want to turn to the experts. To help you up your parenting game, we’ve rounded up some of the best books from the top parenting experts. These must reads offer something for parents at every stage in the game.
Parenting is largely a learn as you go job. Kids don’t come with instruction manuals, so where do you turn when you need advice? Although it can sometimes incite a parent’s worst fears, the Internet can also be a parent’s best friend when it comes to getting advice, connecting with other parents, and gaining all of the information you need to raise your children well. But with so much information out there, it can be hard to know where to look. We’ve rounded up the top 100 sites for parents organized by key categories, such as health/safety and new parents, to help you find exactly what you need.
A new year brings another chance to make a changes to your family’s priorities and routines, but even if the new year has passed, it’s not too late to resolve to make things better. If it feels like your family could use a bit of refresh, but you’re not quite sure where to start, we’ve come up with a few simple ways to help you begin.
Parenting is hard work. As a parent, you want to keep up with the latest trends and issues in parenting, but you’re stuck in the trenches, simply trying to make it from day to day. Chances are you don’t have time to scour the web to find the articles that tout the latest research and tell you about the next best thing in parenting. Thankfully, we do. We’ve gathered the top parenting articles from 2018 for you to read when you find that rare moment of free time, maybe sitting in the waiting room at the doctor’s office or killing time before soccer practice ends.