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Parenting Philosophy

Lisa Belkin

The Only Parenting 'Philosophy' You Really Need

HuffingtonPost.com | Lisa Belkin | Posted 10.04.2013 | Parents

My two boys are standing at the top of a hill at the edge of our dead end street. Each has a scooter, and a helmet, and an eye on the slope stretched ...

How Do We Define Success For Kids?

Posted 09.30.2013 | Parents

In an achievement-oriented culture -- where mounting academic and college admissions pressures are beginning earlier in life than ever -- raising bala...

Can't Moms Be Human Anymore?

Wendy Widom | Posted 11.24.2012 | Parents
Wendy Widom

The power of the mother-daughter connection keeps catching me by surprise. I didn't know we would stare at each other for hours after she came out, I didn't know my boobs would squirt milk just thinking about her, and I certainly didn't anticipate this next round of attachment.

Which Parent are You?

Grown And Flown | Posted 11.12.2012 | Parents
Grown And Flown

There is simply no better place to learn about yourself as a parent than the sidelines of a 12-year-old's soccer game.

America Is Safer Than Ever, So Why Are Parents So Scared?

Megan Rosker | Posted 09.29.2012 | Parents
Megan Rosker

Don't our kids deserve the same great memories and fond experiences of freedom and play that we had?

When Will The Parenting Hate-Reads End?

2012-07-03-slatelogo.jpg | Posted 07.17.2012 | Parents

Written by Allison Benedikt for Slate “This makes me want to never have children.” That was the IM I got from a fellow Slate contributor aft...

Where Are Your Kids?

Eva Glettner | Posted 08.01.2012 | Parents
Eva Glettner

There are evil people in this world. The kind of people that will dupe a little boy and take his life. You better bet that I'm going to do everything in my power to shield my children from it.

5 Reasons 'My Kids Are My Whole Life' is a Stupid Thing to Say

Leslie Irish Evans | Posted 06.01.2012 | Parents
Leslie Irish Evans

Motherhood is, by its very nature, a "giving" job. We give physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually to our children. But we need a sense of proportion and limits when it comes to our kids.