One day it arrives — an invitation to a sleepover party. How do you know if your child is ready or, more importantly, if you are? There are a few things you should consider before saying yes... or no!Read Full Story
Don’t you love the drama of the tween years? Though you may be tempted to throw your hands in the air and give up on your tween daughter, you really do have the ability to bond with your tween girl and help her grow up into a physically and emotionally healthy young woman. Here’s how.Read Full Story
In my humorous how-to book, 35 Things Your Teens Won't Tell You So I Will, I lay down rules about every aspect of a teen's life. Most or many of those rules are applicable to children of all ages. Here are just a few of the rules and the reasoning behind them.Read Full Story
Braces are a common feature in the mouths of millions of American youths. Many kids look forward to the opportunity to wear braces, which they see as a rite of passage. They might even have an inkling of the long-term benefits braces will give them. But for kids who are less sure about their orthodontic treatment, parents may need to intervene.Read Full Story
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children visit the orthodontist for a checkup no later than age 7. If this is your child's first visit, be prepared with a list of important questions. Each situation warrants its own specific inquiries about the severity of your child's dental problems.Read Full Story
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