Andrea Howick and Lianne Castelino co-founded WhereParentsTalk.com and co-host Parents Talk on Rogers TV. Together they have produced several award-winning parenting DVDs and web videos.
Many of us have had the talk with our kids: be aware of bullying, report any incident right away, don’t be a bystander. But are we as prepared to deal with this problem with our own children, and as an extension, their schools, if it happens to our child?
They're on the ball, they're intense, they've got it together. Whether it’s to stay in shape or stay connected, to be green or to be stylish, to be a professional mom or a mom professional, these moms are on a mission. Chances are you'll see a little bit of yourself in these cheeky profiles.
Parenting did not come naturally to me. But, in a world of helicopter moms and bubble wrapped kids, I have figured out how to be a good mom with some help from my husband.
Mom groups aren’t just about baby talk and swapping recipes anymore. No topic is off-limits.
Feeling isolated as a new mom? Getting connected is easier than you might think.
An up close look at a Mommy Connections group and how it helps new moms address the loneliness and isolation that often accompanies having a baby.
Father, author and educator, Michael Reist, shares advice for parents on how to deal with a child they suspect has been bullied and how to approach teachers and school administration about bullying.
Get tips and advice on what to look for if you are choosing a licensed home-based daycare for your child
David Tipton of Mountain Equipment Co-op demonstrates the proper way to fit and wear a backpack for young children to adults.
Time with your partner away from the kids is an important way to stay bonded as a couple. Here’s how to make it work.