Amazing Dad: Darryl Gibbs

Darryl Gibbs holds a photo of his daughter Cynthia, who died as a result of Shaken Baby Syndrome. Credit: The Cynthia Gibbs Foundation and Clear Cha...

Read to Kids Often to Encourage a Love of Books

Make reading time family time. Credit: Getty Images
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Choosing a Preschool: Let the Fun Begin!

Having fun is pretty easy for a preschooler; picking a preschool may be a little more difficult. Credit: Getty Images
Picking a preschool can be a...

Amazing Moms: Joan Blades and Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner

Joan Blades and Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner bring mom issues to the forefront. Credit: Susan Rosner Photography
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Amazing Mom: Brenda High

After her son committed bullycide, Brenda High launched and Bully Police USA. Credit: Sonja Yearsley
Amazing Mom: Brenda High, who ...

Amazing Mom: Diana Spatz

Eden Spatz, left, with her mom Diana Spatz, who struggled to earn her college degree while on welfare. Now, Diana runs an organization devoted to h...

Florida Boy Takes 13 Million Steps Across America to Combat Homelessness

Zach Bonner strides the final mile in Atlanta in 2008, on one of his walks to bring awareness to the plight of homeless youth. Credit: Laurie Bonner...

Returning to Work After Maternity Leave Requires Balance

Actress Kelly Rutherford on the set of "Gossip Girl" after the birth of her daughter, Helena Grace. Credit: IGNAT, Bauer-Griffin
While retur...

Pint-Size Star of YouTube Cooking Video Stirs Up Sweet Success

Zaylee Jean loves to watch other kids perform on YouTube. So it wasn't a stretch when the 3-year-old and her parents talked about making a video of ...

California Boy, 13, Sets Out to Be Youngest to Conquer Mt. Everest

Jordan Romero stands at the summit of Carstensz Pyramid, Oceania's highest peak, in fall 2009. Credit: Paul Romero
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