Social Skills

7 Ways to Teach Our Sons to Respect Women

Posted September 1, 2014 by David James

Dads, we're growing tomorrow's generation of husbands & fathers. Let's teach them the right way to respect women & treat them as equals.

4 Jobs Your Kids Should Be Doing to Make the Morning Rush Easier

Posted August 27, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

It's back to school time! This year, skip the morning chaos by giving your children simple jobs to make life easier.

Join Us Today 8/26 at 2pm on Twitter for Your Chance to Win

Posted August 26, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

Have you participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge with your children? We want to chat with you. Join us for your chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card.

What Our Children Can Learn From the Ice Bucket Challenge

Posted August 25, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

Taking the Ice Bucket Challenge? Don't let this perfect opportunity slip away.

Join Us Today 8/19 at 2pm EST on Twitter for Your Chance to Win

Posted August 19, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

Join us for #pschat to talk about raising successful adults.

Destination Adulthood: Help Your Child Succeed Step by Step

Posted August 12, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

Video: Tips from Expert Ameeta Jain on the Internet, Social Media and Our Children

Posted August 10, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

For advice on communicating with your children about the internet and social media, we turned to an expert. Listen to what she has to say. It may surprise you.

9 Essentials for a Day at the Beach

Posted July 23, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

The beach is fun. But the distance from the car to the sand — not so much. Make it easier on yourself.

7 Rules for the 21st Century Parent

Posted July 17, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

It's a different world than when we were growing up. Make sure you change with the times.

Join Us Today 7/17 at 2pm EST on Twitter for Your Chance to Win

Posted July 17, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

Just follow @parentingsquad and #pschat.

7 Ways to Have More Fun With Sidewalk Chalk

Posted June 9, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

You can do more with sidewalk chalk than simply doodling on the ground. Teach your kids these sidewalk chalk games for an afternoon of fun!

Join Us Today 6/5 at 2pm EST on Twitter for Your Chance to Win

Posted June 5, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

It's time for our weekly chat on Twitter. Join us to talk about your child's character and identity.

Help Your Child Discover His Identity

Posted June 1, 2014 by Guest (not verified)

Helping your child discover who he is starts with recognizing his talents and building his character.

14 Ways to Inspire Friendly Competition in Sports

Posted May 19, 2014 by Fred Lee

Sports are a great way for our kids to get some exercise and have fun, but it is important to encourage friendly competition in order for everyone to maintain a healthy perspective.

5 Apps and Gadgets for Making the Most of Smartphone Pictures of Your Children

Posted April 22, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

If you've got kids, your hands are always full. Ditch the camera, and take great photos right from your smartphone.

Siblings Day Fun

Posted April 10, 2014 by Nancy Flanders

Siblings are built-in friends — most of the time. Celebrate National Siblings Day by focusing on what your children mean to each other through fun activities.

My Young Child Is Using a Naughty Word. Should I Engage or Ignore?

Posted March 23, 2014 by David James

Your young child just learned a naughty word at school. Do you ignore it or engage them on it? Here are some thoughts.

Celebrate National Nutrition Month Every Day

Posted March 18, 2014 by Fred Lee

March is National Nutrition Month and a good time to take stock of what you’re feeding your family and ensure their optimal health.

14 Habits of Polite Children

Posted March 2, 2014 by Fred Lee

By the time a child turns 10, there are certain manners that are really nice to see. Here are 14 of them.

6 Reasons to Really Love Your Pet (As If You Needed Them)

Posted February 19, 2014 by Fred Lee

Even though our love for our pets is a given, Love Your Pet Day is a good reminder of how important they really are to us.