Student Surprises Family with College Acceptance Letter for ChristmasWatch this proud mom and aunt freak out when their teen family member surprises them with his college acceptance.
MLB Player Pavin Smith Pays Off Parents' Home In Christmas SurpriseTwenty-one-year-old first baseman Pavin Smith earned a $5 million signing bonus for joining the Arizona Diamondbacks and put the money to good use.
Kids Ask 73 Questions A Day, Many Parents Can't Answer, Study SaysDr. Wass and his team found that parents are turning to Google more often to deliver the perfect response to tough questions.
Best Daytime Dates For Parents Before The Kids Are Out Of SchoolThe kids are off to school and you'd love to reconnect with your partner. From cruising along the Hudson to taking part in a couples yoga class, here are five fun day date ideas to help keep that spark alive.
Parents Using Spyware To Combat Against Free Apps Hiding Children's Texts, Phone CallsParents are using spyware in an effort to monitor their children’s social media interactions.
Is 'Sharenting' A Growing Problem On Social Media?A new study from the University of Michigan suggests parents tend to overshare -- posting pictures or stories about their kids online.
Enterovirus D68: What Every Parent Should KnowParents should be prepared for a new virus that is infecting the Midwest and looking to sweep the nation.
Experts: Changing Seasons, Labor Day Sales Create Perfect Shopping Scenario Labor day weekend is another reminder that school is right around the corner, and parents are searching for deals.
In Wake Of School Stabbing, Expert Has Advice On Dealing With BullyingWhen it comes to bullying, what is to be done if a parent takes all the right steps and it still doesn’t stop?
To Bribe Or Not To Bribe? Survey Finds Nearly 50 Percent Of Parents Bribe Kids For Good BehaviorA new survey by T. Rowe Price finds nearly 50 percent of parents admit to bribing their kids with money to encourage good behavior.
60 Minutes/Vanity Fair Poll Asks Parents What Makes The Perfect ChildWith recent advances in technology, science and medicine, it may soon be possible for parents to select the traits of children. But if you could, would you?
N.J. Teen's Suit Against Parents Raises Questions About Dealing With Young AdultsParents and child psychologists weighed in Wednesday on the now-notorious lawsuit by Rachel Canning, the New Jersey high school student and cheerleader who has filed a lawsuit against her parents for living expenses and college money.