Paradoxically, the children of affluent parents are less happy than those of the poor.
To some extent, we seem to be becoming overprotective.
A GOP Senate Candidate in Georgia attempts to back track, and runs off the rails in the process.
The First Daughters are approaching dating age and the First Papa has some thoughts on the matter.
Apparently, the prospect of a thousand pound fine isn’t enough to persuade Bristol’s dog owners to clean up after their pooches.
Ron Fournier details how Bill Clinton and George W. Bush taught him how to understand his son, Tyler, who has Asperger’s syndrome.
So Ron Fugelseth decided it would be cool to send his son’s toy train into space. Turns out, it was.
A farmer in southern Nepal mistook his son for a monkey trying to steal his crops and shot the 12-year-old dead.
National Review’s Keith Williamson can’t fathom why Alpha Male Mitt Romney is having so much trouble beating Girly Man Barack Obama.
In a groundbreaking investigative report, the New York Times has found that it’s easier to raise children if there are two parents and two incomes than one parent and one income.
Babies who grow up with dogs and cats in the home are healthier, a new study finds.
British Prime Minister David Cameron accidentally left his 8-year-old daughter at a pub.
Jeffrey Brown has a children’s book titled Darth Vader and Son scheduled for release on April 18.
Should you lie to your kids about holiday fantasy characters?
French mothers do not have some magical formula for raising well behaved children.
Arturo Trejo conducts a hard-hitting interview with his son, Jose Luis
Is it worse for a child to see pornography or graphic violence?
Go the Fuck To Sleep is a bedtime book for parents who live in the real world, where a few snoozing kitties and cutesy rhymes don’t always send a toddler sailing off to dreamland.
The words “mother” and “father” will be removed from U.S. passport applications and replaced with gender neutral terminology.
As the internet becomes more ingrained in our lives, it’s become a tool for parenting. And a break from it.
Has modern life robbed America’s youth of their ability to think? Or simply caused them to think in different ways about different things?