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Searching for the right handle for our multi-ethnic child: not too ethnic, not too common, easily pronounced, but still distinctive

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She wants to be in the moment, but also wants some escape. Here’s some advice.

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The Longest Shortest Time podcast host Hillary Frank compiled anecdotes for “Weird Parenting Wins.”

How can we help our children understand without paralyzing them with fear?

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Mia’s presence throughout the pages is like the glue in the binding that holds the book together.

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Is it a problem with the school and how teachers treat boys? Or is this parent overly sensitive to critique? Or is it a mix of both?

Every time we are driving together, each person takes turns playing DJ by connecting their device to our dashboard stereo. Then we talk about the music.

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My mother’s and my husband’s deaths were different. And yet they both left a young spouse behind to pick up the pieces.

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Members of a Northern Virginia running group rally to help those affected by the government shutdown by donating gift cards, meals, coupons and more.

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“'Boys will be boys' doesn’t need to mean what they think it does,” I explained to my son. Boys deserve better than that.

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Here’s what parents need to know.

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Before I became a mother, I’d assumed that motherhood would give me a deeper appreciation of my mother’s perspective and bring us closer. Instead, it has widened the gap.

  • Jen Soong
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Superparents, you are the reason there is a “hashtag blessed.” I’m also convinced you may be one of the reasons so many of us are in therapy.

  • Kendra Stanton Lee
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Prepare to add this to your list of issues.

The child's mother, who ultimately came back for the toddler, is likely to be charged with child endangerment, police said.

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As first-time parents with no set strategy in place, we put our full confidence in the experts and friends who’d been down this road before us. But as we came to learn, there are no magic fixes.

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It's uncomfortable but important, so plan for a series of conversations, and remember to listen as well as talk.

  • Robyn Silverman
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The life-changing magic of teaching your family to tidy up on their own.

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The Mad Hatter may be on to something. Stopping to acknowledge the times when everything is going to plan, and teaching kids to celebrate that, could help them later.

  • Mary Widdicks
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Psychologists explore how your society molded you in early childhood. Parents play a role.

  • Samuel Putnam, Masha A. Gartstein
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