From setting the table to adding croutons to the salad, there are numerous ways kids can safely help with Thanksgiving prep.
FOMO, defined as anxiety that an exciting event is happening elsewhere and you are missing it, is common among college students. Here are some tips for teens and college students to cope with feelings of FOMO.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has just approved vaccines for kids 5 to 11 this week, making shots now finally available for this age range. We asked top pediatric experts to share their insight on what you need to know.
Here are some of the most important highlights that you should know about the bill’s improvements to child care and universal Pre-K. These elements of the BBB have the potential to improve life for you, your children, child care professionals, our workforce and our collective future.
Parents who openly compare their children may inadvertently create the conditions for sibling rivalry. After all, it may make them feel like you prefer one over the other, spurring them on to outdo the competition.
While we work hard all year long to keep our little ones safe and healthy, during flu season it can feel like we’re working tirelessly to keep our household healthy. And sometimes, it is really hard to know where to turn for advice. It’s flu season, which is probably every mama’s least favorite time of the year. While we work hard all year long to keep our little ones safe and healthy, during flu season it can feel like we’re working tirelessly to keep our household healthy. And sometimes, it is really hard to know where to turn for advice. That is why we did a live interview session with Dr. Katie Friedman, a board-certified pediatrician & co-founder of foreverfreckled.com. We got down to the nitty-gritty about both the Coronavirus and the flu. Read on to find some super helpful tips for kicking the flu to the curb.
Going to college is only part of what we want for our kids. Thriving in college is our goal. Here are some suggestions of where to start to assess the college readiness of your teen.
Here are some tips to make sure celebrating Halloween on a school night is stress-free, but still fun.
Some kids are struggling to recognize each other through masks —but schools and parents can teach them other skills to compensate.
When children act out it can be tempting to chalk it up to “bad behavior,” “demanding attention” or an “annoying mood.” But all behavior is a communication.