"Parenting" Blogs & Blog Posts

Musings from Me on Kids, Preteens, and TeensMusings from Me on Kids, Preteens, and Teens

I am raising a kid, a preteen, and a teen and living to blog about it. I re...

 
The Thrill Is Gone!The Thrill Is Gone!

True and funny stories about my life as a dysfunctional mom and wife! We ne...

 
The Housewife DiariesThe Housewife Diaries

I'm a Las Vegas housewife transplanted to Philadelphia. I'm ...

 
In the Mommy TrenchesIn the Mommy Trenches

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

 
Out in Left FieldOut in Left Field

Where a modern mom struggles to complete her to-do list before happy hour, ...

 
daysgobydaysgoby

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

 
Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?

A Father writes about family, technology and more.

 


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If you’ve ever had a toddler, chances are, you’ve been the lucky recipient of their “screaming phase.” Note, I didn’t say tantrum phase. No, there is a brand of toddler screeching that has little or sometimes nothing to do with a full-on me...

Parenthood, while constantly entertaining, is also one of the most eye-ball meltingly frustrating experiences I’ve personally ever had. At the end of the day, I do not have patience for any additional extra hassles, be it an unresponsive device, la...

Being a kid is tough, especially when it comes to processing big emotions—fear, anger, excitement. Although we may not fully remember what it was like to be a kid, most of us do remember grappling with feeling that felt too big, too new, and very,...

If you're looking to gift a parent who needs nothing, these thoughtful gift options are sure to surprise them.

Oprah's Favorite Things of 2021 covers all the gifts you could ever want or think to give this holiday season, and everything is shoppable on Amazon.

Some parents believe they're protecting their children from COVID-19 by feeding them antibody-rich breast milk. The science is less clear.

Thanksgiving’s coming around again, and this year, we have no excuses. For many, one of the (very) few upsides of the pandemic was that it provided a solid excuse to avoid toxic family holiday gatherings—and if a reluctance to spend time with y...