Do you know what your kids really hear you say? They're modeling your behavior whether you realize it or not.
We're giving you the parenting tools and tips to raising confident tweens and teens.
Four tips for talking to your kids about alcohol.
Tips and strategies for talking to your kids about alcohol and other tough topics.
Communication is key. Talk to your kids about alcohol with these tips.
Tweendom: A parent's guide to the year of pre-teens and teens.
Change the narrative around alcohol: A parent's guide
Parenting expert Kelly Whalen talks about ways to talk to your kids that'll actually resonate.
Just because the back-to-school rush is over, doesn't mean the lessons should stop. Check out these talking points that will help instill good values all year long.
Hear from parenting expert Kris McDonald about the importance of talking to your kids about alcohol if they're going to be part of the celebration.
Fitting in is often very important to young girls. As she matures, and with your support, she will work out which friends are “good” for her and which aren’t so good. You can help her identify what makes her unique, and give her the confidence to be herself and appreciate diversity in others. See how here. Join us—create your own self-esteem board using #SelfEsteemProject.
Have a conversation with your daughter about the importance of having friends that bring out the best in her. Her friends don't have to be (and won't be) perfect—but they should have an overall positive impact on her. If you notice differences between your family values and those of your daughter’s friends, talk about it with your daughter in an open, honest way. For more info—head to www.pinterest.com/selfesteem. #SelfEsteemProject
Parenting tips to help with understanding your kids behavior
Students meet with an athlete through a video connection
Great article on why tweens need hobbies - tips and resources to help your tween find a hobby
#Repost from @ashwagner2010 because we're so excited to watch her on the #TodayShow tomorrow!
Raising a tween! Not there yet, but itll feel like tomorrow!! Hope I'm ready!!
10 Things Not to Say to a Child -- great advice on how to re-phrase common parenting statements to be more positive and productive - wow ... These are fantastic tips!
Instagram Contract for My Tween This is sooo smart! I wish more parents would do this with their children. We've got to be involved!
How much truth do you tell tween girls about puberty, sex and more? It's a tricky balance.
Parenting Tweens: A series by @Katepickle - Picklebums.com at Childhood 101. Do you have a tween?
There is no "right" answer, but it is a critical question to ask. You MUST take this decision very seriously. A mom of five shares some important observations.
Read On! 14 Must Reads For Tween Boys: Now that your baby boy is not so little, it's hard to find books that peak his interests.