Kelly Rowland shares her motivational mantra for mothers everywhere.
Diaper pin game optional. Think about this next time a friend announces she's adopting: adoption is deliberate. The sheer
In this seven-part contribution to the #TalkToMe conversations happening, I reflect on life lessons which go all the way back to my early childhood in New York City during the Great Depression.
RISE host Cat Greenleaf visited famous Intellectual, Leon Wieseltier and his 13 year old blogger son in Washington DC to discuss how parents and kids struggle to find a balance between real life and screen time.
However my favorite hat will always be as mentor, cheerleader and advocate for their quest and command for the prize of higher
Growing up biracial, I'd learned that negative social perceptions of biracial, multiracial and transracially adopted children were largely impacting the growth, well-being, and resources available to members of our own community at home and in schools. Asserting that biracial children were more "mixed-up" than mixed-race only served to further perpetuate negative stereotypes about us.
Parenting is so many things to so many people -- everyone's experience is unique. Or, that's what we'd like to think. When
17. "The hardest thing during my four years of trying was having friends who complained 24/7 about their pregnancy when I
Earlier this week I learned that a story that had run on HuffPost Parents had left one of our readers a bit upset. The post was entitled "20 Kids' Names That Most Often Appear On The 'Naughty' List," and the reader was a 7-year-old girl named Ella -- which also happened to be the number-one name on the "naughty" list.
Is work ethic always instilled -- by parents, in young children? Can it be learned later on or, in fact, even be inherent?