As a parent, it can be difficult to judge which movies are appropriate for your kids at various ages. The Motion Picture Association of America is responsible for assessing movies and assigning ratings to them.Read Full Story
Sherri Kuhn writes about raising teenagers, the perils of a clean home, wistfulness over babies, and anything else that makes her laugh (or cry) in the years between changing diapers and wearing them. With a son just starting college and a daughter heading to high school, Sherri always has something to write about. Sherri and her husband Scott live in Northern California with their daughter and yellow lab.
It's all over the news that kids and concussions are a bad mix. Many parents are thinking long and hard about whether or not to allow their kids to play contact sports. Now, a new study suggests a link between concussions and depression.Read Full Story
We all have our favorite movies from childhood or our teen years. Many of these movies can be a lot of fun to share with our kids on family movie night. However, you may be surprised that your memory of these flicks might not be as good as you think. We rounded up 15 of our favorites for a little quiz fun. What was the rating — PG or R? Test your movie-rating skills and see how well you score.Read Full Story
Do you think the wealthiest people probably have more money than they know what to do with? That they throw around the phrase, “Money is no object!” when they shop for everyday items? You may be surprised to know that many of them keep more of their money than the average person — because they use coupons.Read Full Story
As much as we parents hate to think about it, there is a chance that our children could be involved in an emergency situation at school. Lockdown drills and earthquake drills are commonly held monthly, but many kids have anxiety about these drills.Read Full Story
From attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to autism, classrooms and special education programs adjust to meet the needs of students with various limitations and different abilities. Some students may be falling through the cracks because they seem so bright, yet they may also need special accommodations.Read Full Story
If you are the oldest child in your family, you probably had a hunch this was true. Researchers have found a link between the expectations parents have of their first child and the relative success of that child compared to others in the family.Read Full Story
Beyond the heartwarming hugs and the adorable little crayon drawings lurks the dirtier side of motherhood. Though they're usually talked about in hushed tones at the monthly Bunco game or over a tall latte, we encouraged real moms to come clean about their kids' dirty deeds. From boogers to germs, read all about the disgusting side of having kids.Read Full Story
What if your kid had a high IQ but wasn't very creative? Creative thinking is an important part of our lives, whether it be at school, work or hobbies. So what's the reason behind the decline in creative thinking among young kids?Read Full Story
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