Other Blog Posts

As much as we try to protect our kids from the harsh realities of life, hard stuff happens anyway. Do you know what it takes to be resilient?

Reading aloud together is a great way to spend time with your kids. Study after study reveals that the more kids read for pleasure, the more likely they are to spend more time doing homework, reading at higher reading levels, and getting higher grades.

When you see your kids being creative, courageous, or kind, which role models do you think of? Which character traits matter to you?

It’s a common theme in blended families—the two adults are thrilled to be together, but the kids often have a different reaction. Blending two families into one can be tricky—and sometimes daunting.

Teenagers and texting go hand in hand, but can kids text too much? According to researchers, the answer is yes.

Where has the year gone?! To many parents, getting ready for the holidays is like preparing for a marathon. They’re not quite sure they have enough time to get ready—or if they want to run that far.

The average family spends $11,650 to $13,530 a year to raise a child. How do you raise your kids within your means?

Whether you need—or want—to work as a parent, finding work that fits with your family life can be challenging. How do you do it?

When your family gathers around the Thanksgiving table this year, what will your kids think? Will they be excited about this holiday—or will they dread it?