One way to be involved in your child’s education is to attend parent–teacher conferences. It is a time for you and your child's teacher to work together as a team to discuss ways you both can help your child.
Developing happy and harmonious relationships in any family comes with its challenges, but blending two different families has its own particular bumps and bright spots. It can take several years, or more, for stepfamilies to find a groove that is comfortable for everyone.
How to talk to your child about his food allergies and help him manage his feelings that arise from being unable to eat certain foods.
A comprehensive list created by The Food Allergy Research and Education that advises you on how to keep your child safe at school if she has a food allergy.
While siblings are often excellent playmates and, in later years, best friends and confidants, arguments among siblings are bound to occur and are absolutely normal—even though they can be a parent’s biggest headache! It is important to recognize the individual personalities, interests, and needs of each of your children and know how to effectively diffuse conflicts that arise so that your family can be happy and healthy.