I think everyone needs a community of friends in their lives -- you just can't get all the support you need from one person. If it takes a village to raise a child, as Hilary Clinton famously wrote, then it takes a network of adults to protect the ...Women need a community of friends. Tell us about your own friendship networks.
Moms who cook together stay together. Credit: Getty Images
Once you get home with the new baby, making friends may be the last thing on your mind.But going from office worker to parent can take a toll on your social life. Finding o...If you're in need of some bonding time with other moms, check out our tips for expanding your crew.
Friends today, frenemies tomorrow? Credit: CorbisFor some kids, making friends is easy and natural, and for other kids it's ... not. It isn't uncommon for kids to have occasional trouble making or keeping friends, so here's some advice on how...
Is there a way to tactfully suggest an alternative (read: more traditional) spelling for a friend's baby name choice? A good friend of mine is giving her child a name with at least a dozen spellings and is using the one most likely to be misspelled. ...
Someone I know is having a baby boy, and her husband has a family tradition of giving car-related names, like Mercedes and Axel and such. I'm fine with that (it sounds like fun), but the name she wants to give is Jackford. I won't criticize her name ...
Social circles are so funny...and strange...and very real. I remember the people I hung out with way back when before I even thought about having a child. I barely know any of those folks any more, and the ones I do I see rarely. Back then I also vi...
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