Kermit the Frog + Ed Sheeran = swoon!
“I know that then, at age nine, I made a pact with myself never to use the word ‘dead’ in relation to my father.”
Compared to when we were born, pregnancy—from maternity fashion to giving birth—isn’t what it used to be.
Anchel Krishna discusses the importance of her daughter’s newfound self-advocacy skills.
Raisins, lollipop sticks, Bear Paws wrappers…. Yup, Ian Mendes decided to clean out the family car—and it’s gross.
If you added in first crushes, cell phones, part-time jobs and prom dresses, Katie Dupuis is basically looking at what her three-year-old daughter will be like at 15.
After several incidences of broken bones, doctors in Winnipeg warn parents to not slide with their children on their laps.
Tracy, in many ways, was the soul of Today’s Parent. We’re not sure how we’re going to publish this magazine without her.
After her toddler contributed to the family’s data plan overage, one mom realizes it’s time to address the screen-time issue in her house.
With only 28 percent of Canadian students walking to school, one mom is overcoming her fears and teaching her kids to bike to class.