Wil Wheaton answers a little girl's question about being a nerd while growing up and his response goes viral.
Parents should always walk a fine line between listening to doctors and trusting their own instincts about their children. Don't let an autistic label define your child. Focus on what your child is good at and let that define them, let them pursue what they love.
This is wholesome. Finally. We're starting to see more and more commercials that reflect what real American families look like. Honey Maid's new "This Is Wholesome" ad campaign features the changing faces of America's modern families by depicting gay dads, single dads and punk dads as the true representation of "wholesome."
The less content creators make a big deal of gender, the less it seems to matter to the kids themselves... But gender expectations really start with us as parents. It is in our power to change how our children feel about "boy things" and "girl things."
We all know that if given the choice between playing a video game or playing with an old school toy like a doll or a set of jacks, a child will more often than not pick the video game. While this has an effect on our kids and their way of playing, it is also...
Mom jeans get a bad rap. I understand why. When you think mom jean you think of your Aunt Edna and a stomach she's spent years filling with Bon-Bons and Lays Potato Chips covered with yards and yards of acid-washed denim. But it doesn't have to be like that!
The Today Show’s new co-host for the third hour, MSNBC alum Tamron Hall, shared a startling and somewhat unusual story from her childhood this week. She confessed, live on the air, that her mother wiped her face with a pee-soaked diaper when she was a baby. Right now you are probably thinking one of three...
Come at me all you want with the self-delusion that pageants create poise and confidence and I'll just retch louder. There are a million other ways to teach your child confidence that don't involve more make up than Tammy Faye Baker. So your kid isn't shy anymore, but now she bases her self worth on her physical appearance? Great. Well done, mom.