School may be out over Thanksgiving, but there’s plenty kids can learn over the holiday, ranging from basic etiquette to standing up for yourself and more, parenting blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner told WTOP on Wednesday.
Now that the midterm election is over, the nation — including our kids — is watching how both sides will move forward from a bruising fight. Parenting blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner lays out what kids can learn from how parents, voters and politicians celebrate their victories and recover from their losses.
“College is a great time for kids to learn to be independent,” said parenting blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner, “but we still need to guide them.” Here are a few topics that she suggests parents cover with them.
“It’s pretty impossible to get through a day in the U.S. without hearing about violence against women coming up.” And chances are, your kids are paying attention. What should you say to them? An expert weighs in.
Credit cards, online banking and mobile payment services can all lead to kids having a casual relationship with money. Here’s how parents can approach an important topic.
After a 30-year-old upstate New York man was evicted from his parents’ home and ordered to move out by June 1 by a judge, a new light is being shone on the issue of “kids” who move back home after school … but then don’t leave. Modernmom.com blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner shared some insights with WTOP.
Helping a kid get and keep that job or internship can require being patient and sharing some hard lessons, said ModernMom.com parenting blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner.
Snow looms in the forecast, but summer is on the minds of many parents. That’s because camp registrations are open — some have already closed. Leslie Morgan Steiner has some advice for parents wading through summer options.
With young eyes watching, it’s important for parents to recognize the festive seasonal moments that shape their kids’ attitudes toward drinking.
It can be difficult for parents to stay on top of an “onslaught’ of social media apps geared toward teens and tweens, says parenting blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner.
With September right around the corner, it’s just about time to send the little ones back to school. And while that might be exciting news for parents ready to get everyone back on a schedule, it can also come with its challenges. An expert shares tips for a smooth transition.
Dangers lurk everywhere during “the summer trauma season,” and ModernMom.com parenting blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner said it’s important to discuss them with kids young and old.
For kids, summer camp is a right of passage. And for many working families, it’s the answer to child care during the summer months. But with so many options out there, where do you start when it comes to planning summer camp?
Amid concerns that it might glamorize suicide, one parenting blogger thinks kids should watch “13 Reasons Why” with adults and discuss it.
Reading your child’s diary, or checking their phone, might be a lifesaver — but that still doesn’t make it easy. Parenting blogger Leslie Morgan-Steiner explains what to look for, whether to do it, and what to say afterward.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.