When your first kid has a food allergy, you worry that their younger sibling will have it, too. New research suggests that's unlikely.
Don't even think about trying to unload that crib that's been in your mom's garage for thirty years.
Sometimes it feels like whatever you do, it’s never enough. But data confirms the fact we should give up on the mommy guilt. Working mothers today spend more active time with their kids than stay-at-home mothers did in 1975.
Long hair is the devil, check their pockets before they go to school and GOD HELP YOU if you forget library day.
York professor Stuart Shanker argues that self-regulation gives kids the tools to cope with the stresses of life. Which means, we could stop tantrums!
Katie's biological clock thinks it's time for another baby, but she's not giving in.
Kids who are afraid of needles often have parents who inadvertently caused them to fear needles when they were babies and preschoolers.
Brain activity when a baby cries shows greater cognitive conflict and reduced attention to an assignment compared to when a baby laughs.
If you cry in front of your kids, they might get scared. But it also teaches them that crying is normal.
One of these children is not like the other...When you're parenting two VERY different kids, your strategies are a moving target.
Park or drive? Stroller or baby carrier? Bring the iPad or no? A Toronto Blue Jays baseball superfan and mom of two shares her best advice.
According to a recent study, researchers claim that it's better to wait: conceiving your first baby before 30 means you're missing out on income.