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Watch a video on how to help your teen become a better driver.Your kids really do watch what you do all the time. Credit: Getty Images
Be careful when you're recklessly driving. Someone is watching you.It's your kid. ...Drive carefully. Your kids are watching you.
Watch Video Related to This ArticleIn a survey, 24 percent of parents say they place "some trust" in information provided by celebrities such as Jenny McCarthy. Credit: Getty Images Looking for a little medical advice about your kid? ...Do you trust Jenny McCarthy when it comes to parenting advice?
Proposed legislation in New Jersey could give adult adoptees direct access to their original birth certificates. Credit: New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services If you're an adoptive parent, you probably grapple with ...Adult adoptees would have access to their original birth records.
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If there's one thing all parents can agree on, it's that we don't get a lot of time to ourselves. But how much time do you actually have?Lisa Belkin of The New ...If there's one thing all parents can agree on, it's that we don't get a lot of time to ourselves. But how much time do you actually have?
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Everyone thinks that parents should be involved in their child's education. But should teachers give parents grades?This story isn't as wacky as Texas cops giving ...Rep. Kelli Stargel (R-Lakeland) "is sponsoring a bill that would require teachers to give parents in Florida a grade for how involved they are with their child's education."
Do you think Mark Zuckerberg is friends with his parents on Facebook? Credit: Marcio Jose Sanchez, AP We know it eats at you that your kid won't accept your friend request on Facebook, but our sincere advice is to snap out of it and ...We know it eats at you that your kid won't accept your friend request on Facebook, but our sincere advice is to snap out of it and get a life.
He was an old-fashioned dad. For all the fame and money my father had earned, at his core he was a working-class guy, the middle son of a large family from Toledo, Ohio.I've listened to many sad "dad tales" from some of my women friends ...Marlo Thomas spent much of her childhood watching her father hone his comic skills in front of an eager audience.
Some websites aren't doing enough to keep explicit content from children. Credit: Getty ImagesNEW YORK (AP) - Mainstream online video destinations don't do enough to keep explicit content from kids, the Parents Television Council said in a ...Mainstream online video destinations don't do enough to keep explicit content from kids, according to the Parents Television Council.
Not every mom loves breast-feeding. Credit: Getty ImagesI nursed E for a year. Exclusively. Not a single drop of formula ever touched her lips; she was weaned to cow's milk after her first birthday. But -- and this isn't something you'll hear ...A second-time mom shares her doubts about the nursing she did the first time around.
Some schools require parents to volunteer. Credit: Chris Hondros, Newsmakers / Getty ImagesParents offering their services in the classroom may not be a new idea, but things have changed since your mom joined the PTA. Volunteering is now a ...Parents offering their services in the classroom may not be a new idea, but things have changed since your mom joined the PTA. Volunteering is now a requirement at some schools, but don't fret: There are painless and fun ways to volunteer, even if you missed signing up early during the back-to-school orientation.
Fourteen out of every 100 moms will be depressed in their baby's first year. Credit: Getty ImagesWe didn't need a research study to tell us being a parent can be overwhelming at times, but we were surprised to learn just how many people suffer ...
Money can't buy you (family) love. Credit: Getty ImagesHow much time do you spend with your kids? If you're like the parents polled in a U.K. survey, probably about 49 minutes a day. Sixty-eight percent of the 3,000 parents surveyed cited ...