Who better to lead the redesign of a baby-to-big-kid room than its color-obsessed inhabitant?
10 Quick and Easy Toddler-Meal Ideas, From Toddler
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With a little coaching and practice, your soft-spoken kid can become more comfortable in social situations.
Yes, you can go to a restaurant with your antsy child. We’ll help you handle whatever drama he dishes out.
An early arrival will need some extra TLC to adjust to the world.
Your belly isn’t just getting bigger. Find out what else is going on in there and how to feel better fast.
Advice as your child grows.
In one corner, the well-loved veteran slow cooker. In the other, the newly popular but misunderstood pressure cooker. The winner? You decide.
Make your fridge even cooler.
Get your life in order.
I’d dreaded the possibility that my kids would inherit my difference, but my love for them changed my perspective.
Think you know your stuff when it comes to healthy eating? You might be surprised.
A case for more Vitamin D.
Moms from countries known for their beauty rituals share the secrets to maintaining healthy skin at any age.
Find your healthy, happy mom place.
Quirky quotes from kids.
Schools still aren’t devoting enough resources to this critical subject, but you can bring science to life with these hands-on ideas.
Delight your child’s friends with these adorable greetings made from school supplies—they’re as easy as A-B-C!
Not in love with artificial red dye? You can still make sweet and festive Valentine’s Day treats.
Your child has infinite filibuster tactics to avoid being rushed out the door or whisked off to bed. But, with these wise ideas you’ll have a calmer A.M. and P.M.
our child needs your attention right now? Teach her to wait.
Medical advice is available on social media in seconds. But before you trust the hive mind, read this.
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Keep them healthy and happy.
While grown-ups debate the rights of transgendered people on our news feeds, the vibe across our playgrounds is quite different, and much more inclusive.
SOPHIA AND OLIVIA saw my grin and knew I had big news. “Girls! I’m going to be editor-in-chief of Parents magazine!”