Parenting

Police say Machelle Hackney pepper-sprayed her kids if they forgot their lines while filming her popular YouTube series "Fantastic Adventures."
For the first time, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved medicine to treat postpartum depression.
The tech is so easy to use for sharing photos, including inappropriate ones.
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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"Lawn mower parenting" does more harm than good.
"I can raise kids just fine, but keeping plants alive that only need to be watered once a month is apparently out of my reach."
Experts explain how the pressure of success can possibly alter kids' well-being for the rest of their lives.
The Golden State Warriors player has three adorable children.
"It's like toddler crack, isn't it?" the star of "The Aftermath" joked.
From "Moana" to " Mary Poppins" to "The Boss Baby" and more.
Because despite years of sleep deprivation, I still remember the early days of motherhood with alarming clarity.
Barbie isn’t retiring anytime soon.
"The first rule of parent club is you never tell anyone that you're going to the bathroom."
The parents haven't seen their children in months and are hoping the U.S. government will let them back into the country.
The star of "The Office" has two kids (who apparently love Ikea and Target).
Mom and dad’s sleep patterns are disrupted long after that child, officially, can sleep through the night.
Realizing that my parents couldn’t be questioned without severe consequences was like waking up from a dream.
Ninety-two percent of American children have an online presence before the age of two, thanks to their moms or dads.