How you and your partner parent and divide household responsibilities directly correlates to satisfaction levels in the bedroom, according to a new study. Researchers at Georgia State University have
Best-selling bedtime story ‘The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep’ promises to make even the most sleep-resistant child doze off
A 26-page children’s bedtime story, The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep: A New Way Of Getting Children To Sleep by Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin, has climbed to the top of the Amazon bestseller list,
Breastfeeding moms and their babies flooded Yankee Stadium with a ‘sea of pink’ to normalize nursing in public
A group of 250 Yankees fans showed their support for public breastfeeding on Tuesday night while watching their favorite ball team on the field. The Bronx Breastfeeding Coalition organized the outing at
The practice of ‘Seeding’ lets mothers pass on healthy bacteria from their birth canal to babies born via C-section
Seeding sounds like something you do in your garden in the springtime, but it’s also the term being used for a new practice, meant to expose babies born via Cesarean section to the antibodies they would
More kids means more stress, right? Nope. According to an Australian study, parents with four or more children as well as gay and lesbian parents experience more satisfaction than others. Concluding five
UnaUna: A new service that lets New York City parents rent baby gear to save money and help the environment
When your family is preparing to welcome a new child, one of the things that drives expectant parents mad is the expense of all the gear related to that darling little bundle. Cribs, strollers, nursing
The StoryTime Rocking Chair was designed by a dad of three who didn’t have a big enough lap for all his kids!
Hal Taylor is a craftsman, a father of three, and probably a genius. He was experienced in the art of handcrafting beautiful rocking chairs, and when his brood went from two to three children, he had an
Kids are being assigned triple the amount of homework than recommended, causing family strife and health issues
The standard for homework set by educators is known as the “10-minute rule.” That means 10 minutes per grade level per night (ie: first graders get 10 minutes, 8th graders get 80 minutes),
Prince Charles transforms William’s childhood treehouse into a dreamy woodland playground for Prince George
England’s royal family is passing down more than a throne from one generation to the next. The fairytale treehouse built for Prince William in 1989 has just been renovated for Prince George to enjoy.
Many parents are launching unisex clothing brands in response to lack of gender equality in kidswear
Kids clothing is a hot topic, and I’m not talking about that goth/punk store in the mall. With young kids rapidly outgrowing last year’s everything, parents are pretty much constantly shopping for new
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