"Parenting" Blogs & Blog Posts

Long HollowLong Hollow

Where I write...capturing some of my thoughts, clearing my head, trying to ...

 
Amy's MusingsAmy's Musings

Tales from the anti-soccer mom of 3 great kids, Erma Bombeck with a bite. H...

 
In the Mommy TrenchesIn the Mommy Trenches

The ups and downs of a mostly stay at home mom trying to balance life, love...

 
daysgobydaysgoby

daysgoby is a blog detailing my life in Canada after I moved here from the ...

 
Growing Up GreenGrowing Up Green

Your daily green shot of eco-cool gear for babies & kids :: featuring c...

 
Amalou StudioAmalou Studio

Welcome to Amalou's art and life journal. When I manage to steal some ...

 
iDare! my idea!iDare! my idea!

Exploring ideas; determined & daring be the pioneer of your own life! s...

 


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There is a booming market for app-based English-language tutors, many in the USA, who serve Chinese families where the parents are eager to have their children acquire English proficiency; these tutors are often also moonlighting teachers, or former...

The Dutch are mildly endearing weirdos, and that ethos apparently extends to the world of parenting. The New York Times published a story about the Dutch tradition of “dropping,” in which teens and pre-teens are literally dropped off in the middl...

Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with. Pam...

When my son turned one year old, I sat down to write him a letter. I wanted to talk to him, to tell him how monumentally he had grown over the past year. I wanted to remember how his newborn legs were so skinny, I could wrap my thumb and pinky finger...

In becoming a parent, one life adjustment I still haven’t quite accepted is with my food. Sometimes, my husband will text me “What do you want for dinner tonight?” And I’ll think real hard and respond with something like “Thai drunken noodl...

Baby years are not like regular people years. Things move fast. When my daughter was an infant, my husband and I would glance at her just about every morning and say, “Whoa, she looks different today.” This flipbook-like pace of development can m...

In the British cartoon Sarah & Duck, Sarah is a girl who lives with her best friend, a mallard named Duck. Their home is devoid of adults except the omnipresent narrator/possible dad. Each short episode follows the pair through both mundane a...