As we head into the gift giving season, the end of year tax planning season is also fast-approaching. What if you could wrap both up in one holiday gift?
If you have school age children or grandkids, you may want to consider a contribution to their college fund.
Establishing a set bedtime can be a problem area for some parents, and having your child get in bed and stay in bed can be tricky. In Tuesday’s Parent 2 Parent, we discuss how to put your kids to sleep.
It can definitely be tricky to get the kids into bed, and have them stay there.
How many times have you had trouble convincing your little ones to rest their minds and bodies and agree to go to sleep?
We all remember our first broken heart, and ‘getting over it' hasn't gotten any easier. Now we're seeing the same experience for our children, and helping them learn to work through the heartache can be hard.
If you're someone who likes to post the newest and cutest pictures of your kiddos, Babble.com wants you to ask yourself these 7 questions first
Here are five fun and scientific activities to inspire you.
Fewer than 10 hours of sleep a night for elementary-age kids has been linked to lower vocabulary and intellectual skills. Just 30 minutes less sleep made an impact equivalent to two years of academic level.
Remember the first rule of red wine - while a little bit can be good, too much is a problem.
Your own upbringing - whether you had your own room or shared with a sibling - seems to carry a lot of weight when deciding if, when, or how your own kids share a bedroom.
Do your kids share a bedroom? Although they might not always like it, it turns out there are multiple benefits to having kids sleep in the same room together. Click "play" to watch the video and learn more.
It can be really difficult to get your kids to bed on-time and stay asleep so they get a full night of rest.
Here are some great ideas we read about at the Huffington Post, which had some suggestions for asking your kids about school - without asking them how was school.
Parent 2 Parent, are your kids over-indulging on their social media pages this summer? Maybe spending too much time on their smart phones?
Technology's great for a lot of things, but let's face it, it's made parenting more complicated.
When is the best time to talk with your kids about money? Now.
Look at these numbers from one online source: 42 percent of parents 'think' they talk with their kids about money. Only 19 percent of kids agree, their parents encourage them to talk about money.