Healthy, happy children are raised by caring, attentive parents. This means giving children our attention, energy, and love, not merely showering them with material things and documenting their most adorable moments. more

In the hectic world of modern parenting, screen time is often used as a pseudo babysitter. The time spent online is often loosely supervised. You want to believe your child is making good choices, but do you know how they are spending their time? more

A developmental delay is identified when a child does not reach their expected developmental milestones. Developmental milestones are used to determine whether or not a child is achieving his or her age specific tasks. more

The wise old suggestion to save 10 percent & give 10 percent of our income are admirable goals, but nearly impossible for many single parents. Single mothers are the least likely group to save because a large percentage earn below poverty level. more

You ask your kids what happened at school today. Your son mumbles, “Nothing,” in his casual kind of way. Before you can follow up, your daughter chimes in “I hate Maddie. She told Sarah she thinks my hair is ugly. They’re not my friends anymore. more

When you were in school, kids passed flirtatious or even racy notes to people they liked. Now add a cellphone with a camera and Internet access to that scenario. Suddenly, the scene is set for sexting. more

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