Parentry

I actually attempted this year, for Lent, to give up "weather grumbling" and lasted for a mere nine days before another mini polar vortex broke me down.
In her new blog, "The Dollhouse Years," Kristin Armstrong discusses the challenges of raising small children while still enjoying other aspects of life. She and others join HuffPost Live to discuss how they balance parenthood and everything else.
Her words are about navigating the whole of parenting, and about the friends who rally round and hold you up while you do
Texts, though, are a new way to communicate -- rooted in those notes you passed between classes in middle school, maybe, but also completely different. They are like a conversation, but not exactly, intimate yet efficient, a way to be together but apart. And oh the possibilities for parenting.
René Descartes once said that a person has to start over in order to do philosophy properly. “That is hard for adults,” writes
The mantra "lean in" has been on women's lips for the last year. But, women still have a problem selling themselves and their talents in the workplace. We discuss what should happen after you ‘lean in’ and why many women don’t make it that far.
Caroline talks about Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In," which is now headed to the silver screen.
"Introducing [my son] to new things is the most excitement I get," said a father who works for HuffPost Canada. "From the
On Wednesday, Guardian reporter Emma Gilbey Keller, very publicly, questioned whether Adams’ trail of 165,000 tweets was
Well, if expensive marketing research shows that dads are happy to cede this spotlight, then I shall accept that for the
They will be here until January, though, and particularly want to be in Newtown for Christmas, surrounded by those who have
But when asked about the future, Millennial women are wary. Seventy-five percent say the U.S. must continue to change if
Credit given to Bündchen for acknowledging that it takes a team to do as she does. “What would I do without this beauty squad
Through a scientific lens, findings like these will go a long way toward explaining and treating disorders that run in families
Pausing to scan the room, she said, "Yeah, I've never gotten a hand." Or, as Joseph M. Yaffe of the law firm Skadden, Arps
'A REAL DIALOGUE' Berta titled the book Born From The Heart, and adoption blogger Amber H. (who blogs about open adoption
Metz is angry about the new ways. I am sad. Her anger is rooted in the fact that she sees these changes as frivolous political
Second, extrapolating the Norway lesson to the US, as Quartz and others aim to do, is a hollow comparison, because we are
Add another data point to the Great Birth Order Debate. Last month, researchers at Duke University and Washington University in St. Louis released their latest, a study suggesting that oldest children are smarter than their younger siblings -- based on how they do in school.
Life worked that way -- one foot in Alabama, one in Kentucky, a computer connection in Iowa (and Niam working remotely with