Do we need to reconsider the mass societal encouragement of the two-parent income?
Before we complain about how much children cost, shouldn't we examine how many unnecessary things we have?
The reasoning behind the “meternity” is that women get burned out easier than men and need some time away from the office.
Three ways adults, parents, and teachers can guide the reading habits of young people.
"...it has been my nightmare that J.R.R. Tolkien would turn out to be the most influential writer of the twentieth century."
Consequently, an absence of children in society will also lead increasingly to an absence of grown-ups.
A burst of light marks the moment when human sperm meets an egg.
For many parents, the most traumatic family battles are fought at the very place which should be a place of harmony and connection: the dinner table.
1. Make sure you put a television set and a computer in every room. (Don’t forget the kitchen!)
Europeans and Americans treat public places very differently.
Is there a way to give children rights without raising them to be ill-behaved little terrors?
Note to self: You're the parent. You're the parent. You're the parent...
Three reasons which may be driving the resurgence.
Do we have a lot more "geniuses" in this country than we realize?
Alloparenting consists in both extended family and non-related people, mostly female, being primary or regular caregivers for young children, especially infants.
"The symptoms were obvious. I cajoled. French parents did not cajole. I wheedled. French parents definitely did not wheedle."
...and no, it's not snootiness.
And this meme brilliantly presents it.
A new study shows parents have a far better opinion of their child's education than is really the case.
The boundaries that long separated the traditional roles of moms and dads have largely vanished in our culture. Does that threaten manhood?
Young men could not easily backslide on a promise.
When it comes to an emphasis on the individual, Americans lead the pack.
Rather than helping out parents, neighbors are increasingly calling the cops on them.
The culture of coddling and protection which we have built is the culprit.
What’s the direction of causation? After all, correlation does not equal causation.
It's the sexual competition.
For most parents the thought of Child Protective Services showing up on the doorstep is terrifying.
It’s not as bullet-proof as some would like to think.