Helping children with autism make small steps toward overcoming hurdles in public life requires shifting some of the burden, says Whitney Ellenby, a mom to a son with autism. That means parents need to educate others by disclosing a child’s…
By Wendy Thomas Russell
It's not what you think.
By Alma Gottlieb, The Conversation
An anthropologist explores why there’s no one-size-fits-all model of child-rearing advice for all the world’s parents.
By Sally Ho, Associated Press
Parents who work outside traditional business hours are often lost in the national conversation around child care.
Your child doesn’t have to be a monk, shunning all material goods. She’s just got to know the tricks to help her save those dollars for something she really wants.
By Beth Kobliner
Allowance is a fine, practical way to dole out money to your kids, as long as you follow these five rules.
By Marshall Duke, Emory University
In every culture that anthropologists have ever studied, people tell stories. Families most frequently tell stories around the time of vacations, family reunions, (sadly) funerals, Thanksgiving and, of course, the family-oriented winter holidays of Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.
By Laura Santhanam
Between 2013 and 2015, half of nearly 6,000 women age 15 to 44 said they plan to have children, according to the National Survey of Family Growth, considered the gold standard for surveys about family planning in the United States.
By Kristen Wyatt, Associated Press
DENVER — Parents watching Sunday night's presidential debate with their children faced a dilemma: Let their kids witness political history or send them to bed early to avoid an awkward conversation?…
By Michael Ollove, Stateline
The 15-year trend in the U.S. not only runs counter to the worldwide rate, but to that in most other industrialized countries.
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