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Slowing Down

January 26, 2016 I just wrote an email to a friend that was hard to write. Every winter for years, we have spent Saturday nights drinking wine, laughing and talking while our husbands and kids skied together. more »»

The Collapse of Parenting

January 26, 2016 By LEANNE ITALIE Associated Press NEW YORK — Dr. more »»

A Thanksgiving Plan for New Parents

November 10, 2015 New parents might think they can enjoy the first Thanksgiving after Baby arrives the same way they always hav. more »»

What Kind of Parent Are You?

October 6, 2015 Parenting styles are rarely to blame for childhood behavioral problem. more »»

Kindie Rocker Laurie Berkner Releases Classic Favorites

October 6, 2015 Your little ones might sing along with her on PBS Sprout, but now “kindie” rocker Laurie Berkner, a former preschool teacher by day and indie singer by night, has recorded a new album of songs they... more »»

How to Resist Sympathy Weight Gain

September 8, 2015 Men gain weight after they become fathers for the first time, reports a large new Northwestern University study that tracked the weight of more than 10,000 men from adolescence to young adulthood. more »»

How to Encourage Friends Without Hovering

September 8, 2015 Whether your child has moved, switched school districts or is starting to school for the first time, he or she may need to make some new friends. You may feel at a loss as to helping your chil. more »»

Read About Lions

September 8, 2015 The death of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe at the hands of an American bow hunter generated outrage around the world this summer, but bringing kids into the conversation may require some finess. more »»

Resources at Your Fingertips

July 14, 2015 Did you know your local Family Resource Networks — there’s one representing each county in West Virginia — publishes a family resource guide each year with the names and phone numbers of all sorts... more »»

Foreign Adoption Rate Hits New Low

July 14, 2015 The number of foreign children adopted by U.S. parents dropped by 9 percent last year to the lowest level since 1982, according to new State Department figures. more »»

Beyond Self-Esteem

May 7, 2015 In the 1960s and 1970s, parents were told that, to build self-esteem in their children, they must tell them constantly how great they are. more »»

Raise a Proper Geek

May 7, 2015 Becoming a parent and documenting your baby’s first years is a treasured experience for all parents, but “The Geek Baby Book: A Memory Journal For Every Geeky First in Your Baby’s Life” by Tim Mucci... more »»

Caring for an Abused Child

April 1, 2015 When a child has been abused, the biggest sustained challenge is always relational. more »»

The New Family Car

April 1, 2015 Kelley Blue Book annually lists the 15 Best Family Cars, and this year’s list had all the usual suspects as well as a few surprises. more »»

Managing the crazy: Some tips on parenting 2 kids under 2

March 23, 2015 NEW YORK — Monaco has royal parents of newborn twins, and Britain's Kate and William will soon have a second little prince, but will parenting two kids under 2 be a soul-draining, tear-inducing... more »»

Peace In

March 4, 2015 “Raising Peaceful Kids: A Parenting Guide to Raising Children in a Mindful Way” by Kathy Walsh (JoyhohBoy) To raise peaceful kids, promote peace at home. more »»

Support for Kinship Care in the Ohio Valley

March 4, 2015 Almost 2,000 kinship caregivers are raising relatives in the Ohio Valley. Kinship caregivers offer children the chance to stay connected with their family, culture, neighborhood and schoo. more »»

Ohio Valley Moms Help NICU Moms Through Clothing/Toy Sale

March 4, 2015 For more than two years, two local sisters have spearheaded semi-annual fundraisers to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network, wanting to give back after one of them gave birth 16 weeks earl... more »»

Talking to Kids When Bad Things Happen

January 19, 2015 With more terrorist attacks in the news, parents are faced with the question of how do we talk to our children about what happened, and then help them feel safe and reassured that it won’t happen to... more »»

How To Be a Screen-Smart Parent

December 2, 2014 Whether you’re a young parent who grew up with smartphones and Facebook, or an older parent who shudders when contemplating the vast, unknown reaches of YouTube, you are going to have questions abou... more »»



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