Spying on your kids is bound to backfire, but there are a few apps that could help you manage what your kids are doing on their smartphones.
To make the most of your time together, parenting experts suggest asking the following questions.
This winter, there’s a new place in town to take the kids to play — and it’s totally free.
One of the first babies born in the D.C. area in 2017 was a baby girl who arrived shortly after the ball dropped in New York City’s Times Square.
One day a week before Christmas Mary Beth Albright’s almost 8-year-old son came home with the worst playground news ever and the innocence-busting moment parents dread: Is there a Santa?
The presidential campaign has been perhaps one of the nastiest in our history, but talking to kids about the power of disparaging language is a nuanced lesson to teach.
If you Google “America’s worst mom,” Lenore Skenazy’s name dominates the search results — for several pages. But she has a bit of advice for parents.
In 2014, TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas decided to put an end to the whispers when she talked about her struggles with infertility on national TV. Now, she wants others to speak up and do the same.
You don’t have to bust your food budget to help your kids eat well. Here are some easy ways to save money on healthy lunches this school year.
Owen, once a chatty and energetic boy, woke up one day withdrawn and silent. But he found his way back to life living in a parallel one — a Disney movie.
The return of summer to the mid-Atlantic region means another word of caution about children being left in cars.
“They come and they go, and when they go, I cry. And cry. And cry,” said foster parent Sujey Daniels. But she calls each and every experience with a child a blessing.
Even though school’s out, learning should never stop, even during the summer. Educator Ann Dolin talks to WTOP about how to lessen the effects of the “summer slide.”
In addition to food, clothes and medical expenses, working parents may find they are out thousands of dollars for child care.
“He would have hallucinations in the evening that people were killing him, I would have to jump out of bed and see if he was OK,” Adam Forschner said about his son’s experience with narcolepsy.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.