Isa’s two-line hack is an organizing revelation for parents whose kids can’t yet read labels.
My new post at The Accidental Expert at Babble.
Now do you find balance amidst the chaos of the baby-and-toddler years?
Calamity Jennie put together this printable worksheet so she and her daughter can track the issues President Obama discusses in tonight’s State of the Union address.
Katie’s smart strategy for handling the influx of school notices, permission slips, and flyers
We all know this: what works for one family doesn’t work for another. Such is the case with motivation systems, star charts, and other ways of tracking and rewarding chores.
My new Accidental Expert post strays from the usual practical topics into something I rarely talk about: religion.
Most Internet Parenting Dramas aren’t worth much attention. But this one flared up a few days ago, and I just had to grab my megaphone and call bullsh*t.
Sure, you could distract your kids with a few Thanksgiving printables and a box of crayons, but there’s a bigger opportunity here. This year, involve your kids in the actual work of Thanksgiving.
How do I get my three year old to stop saying “poopy” to everyone all the time?