Fifty percent of teens feel they are addicted to their mobile devices, according to the poll, which was conducted for Common Sense Media, a nonprofit focused on helping children, parents, teachers and policymakers negotiate media and technology. A larger number of parents, 59%, said their teens were addicted. The poll involved 1,240 interviews with parents and their children, ages 12 to 18.
Après is a new job marketplace that is targeted toward moms who want to opt back into their careers.
Some pediatricians recommend teaching infants to sleep through the night at ever younger ages.
Moms, this will make you laugh!
"Our universities do not teach teachers how to (teach reading) at the undergraduate level," Daprocida said. "It's philosophy of education, sociology of education, classroom management. I mean, I can't even remember. It's been so long since I've been to school, but they are coming through a traditional track not knowing how to teach reading, just the overall basic components of it."
It is the hardest, scariest day imaginable for any working mother.
No matter how generous an organization’s leave policy is, there is always “day one” of back to work after parental leave.
Does a difficult baby mean parents are doing something wrong? How do you know when a baby — or small child’s — behavior signals problems more serious than a challenging temperament? And when nothing major is actually “wrong,” do parents have any real reason to complain?
I would tend to agree with this!