The fear of one’s children becoming unfocused, zombie-like automatons is common among parents raising their kids in today's tech world.
Two moms and an expert weigh in.
Accelerating your career doesn’t always downshift easily into family time. We at ParentsCanada have spoken to a lot of high achieving moms and dads over the years. Here are some of their tips on how to strike a balance between work and family.
Babies cry. Little girls and boys cry. But somewhere on the path to manhood, crying becomes socially unacceptable for boys. What makes some boys feel like it’s okay to cry, and others feel like they’re less of a “man” if they do?
The next Steve Jobs and Elon Musk are going to have to come from somewhere…why not from your home?
Most parents are understandably worried about the transition from single parent and kids to two parental figures and possibly more kids.
Shari Marshall asks, what do we teach our children to call genitalia?
A new survey of more than 1,500 ParentsCanada readers shows that almost three-quarters consider themselves role models for healthy living for their children. But many face challenges such as cost and lack of time when it comes to being active, eating well and managing a healthy lifestyle.
Children with autism often have difficulties communicating, tantrums, and aggression issues, and they don’t stop on Mother’s Day. Along with everyday parent duties, many also deal with sleep disorders, bedwetting for years and cooking special diets.
Parenting is no easy task, and getting a helping hand here and there is always welcome. One sure-fire way to make things a little more stress-free is to introduce smart home technology to your life.