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It's Time to Join a Nanny Share The arrangement where families share the services of one nanny sure is compelling in the age of Covid-19.
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Does My Baby Really Need All This Expensive Stuff? Money can't buy love, but it can buy these excessively high-end baby products.
The Best New Baby Gear of 2020 All the new strollers, bouncers, carriers, bassinets, and other new products that make life with baby even better.
Zen and the Art of Potty Training My Toddler The road to that first doody in a toilet is paved with a lot of frantic parental behaviors.Fatherly Voices
Why Your Baby Freaks Out When You Stare at Your Phone A classic psychology experiment shows the link between adult phone use and child neglect.
Are "Self-Rescue" Swim Classes For Kids Safe? ISR lessons teach kids as young as six months how to float should they end up in the water by accident
Say Hello to the Bad Guys Covid-19 has forced parents to be a new type of bad guy, one who not only must be the determiner of bed times and behaviors, but who now must decline even the most innocent requests.
Love & Money
Family Shots My father, Jonas Salk, saved millions. Let me tell you: It wasn't easy.
Father & Child Relationships
Dads Need Therapy. Black Dads Aren't Getting It. We need to have difficult conversations. Doing so without mental health support is nearly impossible.
Police Brutality At Home It remains an open secret that law enforcement officers abuse wives and children at startling rates.
The Good Cop Francois Clemmons showed American kids what a police officer could be if he truly tried to keep the peace.
It's All About the Backyard If we've learned anything from this pandemic, it's the value of private outdoor space. But it's not how much you got. It's how you use it.
Yardwork at the End of the World Now that we've all had a taste of what the end times might look like, can we agree that having a well-mowed lawn is a stupid waste of soil? Where are my carrots at?