Carly Cylinder from Celebrations.com, the website for do-it-yourself projects, stopped by The Couch to show us different ways to decorate.
Baby gear expert, Jame Grayson of TheBabyGuyNYC, stopped by The Couch to show us some awesome products for Dad.
Take advantage of the warmer weather in New York City when spring kicks off this week. These family friendly activities are great ways to get your kids out and about this season.
In their new book, Family Inc., Caitlin and Andrew Friedman share their discovery that bringing home workplace systems is the key to creating the stress-free home we all seek.
Kids who sleep through the night, eat everything, and don’t drive their parents nuts? Not fiction, but reality — for parents who raise their kid with a French influence. Just ask Pamela Drukerman.
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: If you’ve ever seen a newborn in a onesie emblazoned with a […]
Anyone who’s ever taken a road trip with their children knows that, as much as you love them, traveling with your youngsters can cause you to lose your mind…if not your kid!
Abby Ellin, editor-at-large for fitsmi.com and author of the book Teenage Waistland, joined us to discuss the issue of teenage obesity and offered eight tips for families to fight the battle together.
The Couch turned to psychologist Susan Bartell for advice onhow to talk to your kids about what happened in Newtown, Conn.,, and what to say to make them feel safe.
For parents, balancing the gift-giving tradition of the holidays with teaching their kids certain values can be tricky.
Between presidential debates and campaign signs plastered across the country, politics and the upcoming election will be a hot topic everywhere. But if you have children, keeping your political views in check is important.
Most of us have heard about the bond between fathers and sons – but at least one psychologist says a mother’s role in raising boys can be misunderstood.
Sam Wang, co-author of “Welcome To Your Child’s Brain,” joined The Couch to discuss parenting myths and help us sort through fact and fiction.
We’re not only getting the kids ready for when classes start, but parents also need to prepare.
It goes without saying that we want our children to succeed. But new research shows that by pushing kids to achieve, we could be causing them to fail.