Ian Mendes offers up 10 tips to keep dads from blowing it on Mother's Day. More »Guide for dads: How to avoid ruining Mother's Day
Study finds those born between 1982 and 1999 will have fewer sex partners than previous generations. More »Millennials' sex lives are surprisingly different form their parents
Unforced hugs and private pees-this is the stuff of mom dreams! Print off one of these cute Mother's Day coupons. More »10 Mother's Day coupons-for what she really wants
A new viral video warns parents about stranger danger, but just how accurate is the message it sends? More »Why I'm not falling for the stranger danger video
A mom-of-three found pictures of her daughters on less-than-savory sites – after they were stolen from her Facebook page. More »Mom Horrified After Kids' Photos Stolen From Facebook
If anything’s guaranteed to work parents of small children into a complete and instant panic, it’s mention of kidnappers lurking at local playgrounds. To wit: a YouTube video aiming to warn moms and dads of such abductions is quickly going viral, drawing more than a million views and steadily climbing since being posted on Saturday. It’s the work of popular video blogger Joey Saladino, known by his huge online following as extreme prankster JoeySalads. More »Here’s What Experts Had to Say About That Viral Child-Abduction Video
This is the story of my life. I am a gay dad, and I confuse children. More »How to Talk to Your Kids About Gay Parents, By a Gay Parent
And the princess has a name. The daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, according to an announcement by Kensington Palace. More »Meet Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. The Meaning Behind the Royal Baby Name.
The royal family has emerged from the Lindo wing at St. Mary's Hospital. We have the details and photos! More »The Royal Family emerges! Meet Royal Baby No. 2!
If all goes as planned, my daughter, Julia, will start medical marijuana on Monday. (Say that seven times fast.) More »Why We’re Starting Our 7-Year-Old Daughter on Medical Marijuana
Jackie Gillard explores the complexities of hailing Toya Graham #MomOfTheYear. In a viral video, Graham slapped her teen son as she pulled him out of a violent Baltimore protest. More »Is Baltimore mom Toya Graham really #MomOfTheYear?
As anyone who has ever been the target of a bully knows, being picked on or harassed is a pretty traumatic experience. And it’s no surprise research shows that kids who are bullied have higher rates of depression and anxiety. But a new study puts the damage in perspective in an alarming new way. Kids who are taunted or excluded by their peers suffer more long-term emotional fallout in adulthood than do kids who were abused by grown-ups. More »Why It’s Worse to Be Bullied by Kids Than Abused by Adults
Get ready for some serious fun at one of these amazing Edmonton playgrounds. More »7 Edmonton playgrounds you need to check out
Depression is a hot-button topic when it comes to teens — for good reason. An exclusive survey of moms and dads by Yahoo Parenting and Silver Hill, a non-profit hospital for the treatment of psychiatric and addictive disorders, reveals 65 percent of parents polled are concerned that their teen might be suffering from anxiety or depression. More »Parents ‘In Denial’ About Teens’ Depression and Anxiety
A powerful photo capturing a mother with breast cancer nursing her newborn son has gone viral. More »Powerful Moment a Mom Battling Cancer Breastfeeds Her Baby
Actress and TV personality Alison Sweeney says she models healthy behaviors for her two kids. More »Why 'Biggest Loser's' Alison Sweeney Disciplines Her Daughter Differently Than Her Son
New research shows that babies are using smartphones and tablets at an alarming rate. Jennifer Pinarski weighs in. More »More babies are using smartphones (but not in my house!)
When the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing arguments Tuesday on whether gay couples have a constitutional right to marry — a decision that could see same-sex marriage recognized nationwide — it drew mobs of activists from both sides of the debate to rally in front of the court building. Among them was 18-year-old Kinsey Morrison of Kentucky, a pre-law freshman at Stanford University. She’s one of three girls — with Jillian, 15, and Teagan, 12 — of moms Karen and Audrey. And the sisters have made fighting for marriage equality their passionate priority ever since November, when a federal appeals court upheld marriage bans in their state as well as in Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee. More »'Proud Daughter' Fighting for Two Moms' Right to Marry
With the death of the beloved children's performer, Tara-Michelle Ziniuk wonders whether or not to broach the subject at home. More »Should I tell my sensitive daughter that Lois Lilienstein died?
Instead of planning her first birthday party, I thought about her funeral. And I began to imagine a life without her. Satya, the cherub-cheeked little lady we had brought into the world 10 months ago, had just been diagnosed with cancer. More »Happy Ending for 10-Month-Old’s Brave Cancer Battle
When Sara Breuninger and her husband David decided to have kids, he made it clear that they would be holding their children back a year before starting kindergarten. “This was a non-negotiable,” Sara tells Yahoo Parenting. “David was a tall, skinny football player who had a hard time getting to the physical level he needed to compete. He was adamant that having that extra year would give our kids the chance to be more mentally and physically developed when they reached high school.” At first Sara was hesitant, but once David explained how much he believed it would have helped him, “I was on board,” she says. More »Redshirting: Should You Hold Your Kids Back a Year? The Great Debate