Whether you love it or hate it, digital technology is a part of modern life — and screen time has both its pluses and minuses when it comes to kids. How do you balance the good with the bad? An expert weighs in.
New research shows a little spin can go a long way when it comes to parenting.
There is a way to balance leisure with learning over the summer. Ann Dolin, author of “Homework Made Simple” and president of Educational Connections Tutoring, shares some tips.
Now more than ever, raising a child has become a tag-team effort in households across the country. The “Diaper Dude” talks about what it means to be a modern dad.
What if we could help instill a feeling of confidence, or even a semblance of confidence, by teaching our kids how to present themselves as confident even when they may feel a little bit nervous?
Summertime means it’s time to hit the road, but finding the right destination can be tricky with a car full of kids. An avid traveler and parenting blogger has some tips.
Science shows the more amount of time mothers can spend with their children during their first three years of life, the better. But what does that mean for working moms? An expert offers advice.
A free Montgomery County, Maryland conference aims to help prepare teens to handle difficult situations before they happen.
Infants and toddlers are the fastest-growing age group in D.C., but some parents say the city’s services haven’t caught up to meet the demands of this growing population. That’s why a pair of local residents decided to start a club for young children and their parents.
The next time you make special plans, consider making them with one of your kids.
How should we think about our child’s misbehavior? When our children take life into their own hands — and make decisions that go against our wishes — what should we do in response?
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.
Cost and location are important factors that parents have to consider when researching child care options — but so is quality. During the first three years of life, it can make all the difference.
The cost of child care in the U.S. is on the rise, surpassing the price of college tuition in 30 states and the District of Columbia. Why is it so expensive ? A look into an industry that’s costing everyone involved.
Attaining affordable, convenient, quality child care is a struggle for parents in the Washington region. The five-part series, Child Care Crisis, will look at why it’s so hard to find care, why child care costs are surpassing college tuition rates and the emotional toll it has on parents.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.