Zone 3

The tech is so easy to use for sharing photos, including inappropriate ones.
Because despite years of sleep deprivation, I still remember the early days of motherhood with alarming clarity.
Raising a financially literate child doesn't have to be difficult.
Using cutesy language can do more harm than good.
It's hard to argue with any of this.
The curriculum is different for children of color, especially future black men like my son.
Hate speech is everywhere, but there are practical ways to help manage it.
From time limits to reward policies, families take many different approaches.
Empathy is a skill parents can cultivate.
These issues can be scary for children. Here's some advice to guide parents' conversations.
The first step: Start early.
Pro tip: Remove the word "should" from your vocabulary.
From race to religion to abilities and more.
The whats and whens of talking to your daughters and sons about menstruation.
"'Sleep when the baby sleeps' is great advice if you can drive with your eyes closed."
For high schoolers and college students, this can be a great idea.
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“Sure kids cost roughly $14,000 annually, but think about all the money you save from no longer having a social life.”
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Everyone's situation is different, but the goals should be the same.
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Experts explain how the pressure of success can possibly alter kids' well-being for the rest of their lives.
Sonia Sotomayor, Cecile Richards, Tracee Ellis Ross, and other famous women share advice you can apply to your own career.
The “This Is Us” star has two sons.
Prepping for a child's arrival never looked so good.
The actress has two daughters with actor John Krasinski.
Her description of trips with kids is spot-on.

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