Where does a parent's right to control the upbringing of the child end and a child’s right to some semblance of a private life begin?
Do we overprotect our children in a way that robs them from the joy of getting attention and for just being kids? Has minimal interaction with other people's kids made us more intolerant to children?
The fifth entry in the Tom Cruise action franchise isn’t the least bit tired.
Tips from our head food critic, Tom Sietsema, about how to help kids behave in restaurants.
Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema offers his tips on how to get little ones to be on their best behavior when dining out. Here’s how to avoid that restaurant tantrum.
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We need carseats. They save lives. And yet, they kill me.
Don’t overthink it, tell the truth, and don’t make it taboo (because then you will never stop hearing it).
My daughter spent her childhood wishing for a dog. Now that she's grown, I think maybe it's time.
Harvard's Making Caring Common project has come up with recommendations about how to raise girls to be strong leaders.
Dr. Andrea advises a spouse who's jealous of her husband's close relationship with his sister, and a reader who's not quite over an ex.
A Harvard psychologist shares some surprising results from his research: We might not realize it, but we may be holding girls back from leadership positions.
Nicola Kraus, co-author of the "Nanny Diaries" and the upcoming "How To Be A Grown-Up," shares her one piece of important marriage advice.
How my parenting advice changed after I had my own baby.
In her July 22 On Parenting column, “When can you yell at someone else’s kid? (Trick question.)” [Style], Darlena Cunha concluded that no one should yell at a stranger’s child. As a new grandmother, I...
Her daughter has asked her about mainstream media bias, why people are disappointed with Obama. She asked what a chemical peel is, hot flashes, circumcision. She's 5, and she's an eavesdropper.
Adam Sandler and friends save the Earth from video game characters, and Jake Gyllenhaal gets punchy.
As the older, more seasoned mom in the hut, I worried that I would end up specializing in everything by default. My sister was concerned about being a burden. Who would do what, when?
I hate to admit it, but sometimes I am embarrassed and feel like I need to explain that my son has autism.
This, too, will pass, says parenting coach Meghan Leahy. Meanwhile, here are some ways to ease the pain.