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In the wake of the Women's March, three L.A. moms discuss the practicalities of protesting as a family and how parents can find age-appropriate ways to engage children in politics.
What we call "parenting" is actually a surprisingly new invention. Developmental psychologist Alison Gopnik argues it's also profoundly wrong.
What happens when kids and voice-activated assistant technology (like Amazon Echo) mix? Some times it's bad. But some times it's good too.
A recent study finds that the hardest time for mothers isn't when they're new moms, but later, when their kids are in middle school.
If one of your New Year's resolutions is to read more with your kids, some of the books that came out in 2016 could be a great place to start.
Trying to spend quality time with a teenager can sometimes feel like a futile exercise. But take heart, even if they don't show it, teens really do want you around.