*Child disciplinary tactics vary in strictness and creativity. Some parents believe in turning to humiliation tactics, while others may be more lenient; whether you agree with these types of punishments or not, one thing must be commended – at least these parents try.
*Younger dads are taking on a larger load of parental duties – studies show that more and more fathers in their 20s and 30s decide to be stay-at-home dads; they don’t think their wives should carry all the weight; and above all – they enjoy it. Here are some great examples of dads who want to carry their own [kids] weight around the house..
*”Ask Annie” columnist gives some sound advice to a working mom who asks for additional time-management tips, as a follow-up to reading Sheryl Sandberg’s empowering book ‘Lean In’. Here are six excellent tips for those who are juggling between a career and parenthood.
*Teenagers are a roller-coaster of mood-swings… We’re not blaming them, it’s a confusing point in life, but we can’t help but sympathize with parents who, at times, find their teenage kids very hard to deal with. Here is a list of common parenting mistakes to avoid when dealing with your teens.
*Becoming parents can be a very trying period for couples – when lovers, best friends, partners in life, embark on this new adventure of joint responsibilities, they are faced with new challenges and hurdles – different opinions on childcare and parenting techniques, different ideas regarding roles within the household, and more… Here are some great guidelines to help new moms & dads create a healthy parenting partnership.
*Summer survival tips! Here are some helpful and resourceful tips for two of the most hazardous summer elements: sun & water. Remember to stay safe when having fun outdoors!