Are our kids overscheduled? Compared to our own childhoods, definitely. But is that necessarily a problem? And how are we, as parents, supposed to tell? According to Dr. Michael Thompson, author of The Pressured Child: There is a line between …
New year, new leaf! In this episode we’re talking “mom goals” for the coming year.
This week we’re talking about chores: do you make your kids do them? If so– how much, how frequently, and do they get paid for their troubles?
Each December 25th, most moms look at a living room full of scattered wrapping paper and vow to do less next year. But can you really downshift on how much Santa brings once a baseline has been established?
Our kids have more homework than we did at their age. And more stress. And more projects. Here's when to help- and how much.
Given: Unlimited screen time is bad. But how much is okay? How do you handle the nightly battles of “But PLEASE, Mom! Just one more level!”
You just brought your kid’s forgotten lunch to school. Again. Is that helping or helicoptering?
Whether you call it “picky eating,” “restricted eating,” or as some pediatricians like to call it, “avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder” (ARFID)— here's how to deal.