Nina In New York: Here's What You Should Do With United's New (Old) Family Pre-Boarding PolicyUnited Airlines is now allowing families traveling with children under age two to board before its first class and elite passengers.
Nina In New York: Looks Like Barbie Is The Only One Taking Her New Year Resolutions SeriouslyOh, hey there, Barbie. It's been so long, I hardly recognized you!
Nina In New York: Curing My Sub-Potty MouthForget the four-letter words. I need to start watching everything I say around my child.
Nina In New York: Postpartum Depression Screening Recommendations Better Late Than NeverNow, I feel a strong responsibility to be forthright about what I went through.
Nina In New York: Gender Equality Needs To Start From The Bottom(s) UpIs there some rule that says a girl can't learn to use the potty if she isn't wearing frilly panties?
Nina In New York: The Fourth Jonas, Who Was Gone Too SoonThere's something magical about snow that makes the world feel quiet and new and full of possibilities. Possibilities that never seemed real before. Like potty training your kid.
Nina In New York: Confessions Of A Basic MotherNow that I am deep in the trenches of toddler parenting, there have been so many more surprises.
Nina In New York: Eat More Fish Or Your Baby Won't Succeed In Life On Any LevelThere's nothing to worry about as long as you follow the simple and completely reasonable guidelines for keeping yourself and your unborn child healthy during your gestation.
Nina In New York: Lying: A New Milestone To Which Your Toddler Should AspireAccording to research findings by a psychology professor at the University of Toronto, as reported in The Wall Street Journal, lying among preschoolers is a sign of developmental precociousness and future success.
Nina In New York: A Series Of Flu Season Memos From Your Child's SchoolIt has come to our attention that a child in the school has been diagnosed with . . .
Nina In New York: Welcome To The Dollhouse, But Don't Touch It Cause It's MineAs soon as I unpacked that darling set of perfect little bunny relatives and their phenomenally adorable accessories the size of my child's pinky fingernail—baby pacifier, picnic food, carseat, kitchen tools, eyeglasses—some long-ignored switch in my brain got flipped.
Nina In New York: Resolutions For An Average New Year!In the spirit of the new year and of being a joiner, I'll contribute to the group with my version of a list of resolutions.