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Moms’ money concerns are driven by the ages of their children

For moms, their biggest money concerns depend in large part on where they are along the parenting timeline, according to a new survey.  

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‘Free-range kids’ – Do the Japanese get it right? – Watch

Most parents are too scared to let their kids roam freely. Many claim that the world isn't as safe as it used to be. But is hovering over your kids always the best way to parent?

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Gender reveal parties – rite of passage or unnecessary? – Poll

This woman's reaction to the gender of her child is truly priceless, but do these parties go too far?

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Blogger explains why he can’t afford a stay-at-home mom – Poll

In this day and age, it often feels like we take the work of moms for granted, especially the work of those who stay at home full-time to take care of the kids and home. One man seeks to change that perspective.

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Father gives sons old man haircuts for bad grades – watch

We've seen some videos in the past where parents have sent their kids out on a busy road and made them hold a sign that says what they did wrong. This dad may have one the prize for originality in what he did to his sons because they got bad grades.

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Think twice before posting your kid’s photo online

How often do you post a picture of your child on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter? It may not be the smartest idea, especially if your posts aren't limited to only your network of friends or followers.

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Kids’ egos – Parents who hover too closely can overinflate them

A new study suggests "overparenting," or "helicopter parenting," can inflate a child's ego and promote narcissism.

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Do you tell your kids how to dress?

Nowadays it seems like teens are finding new ways to dress provocatively, but some sources are saying the times are changing.

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VOTE: Do you let your kids go out by themselves?

This is so hard to believe and it is frightening that teachers, other parents and authorities have so much control over our own kids.

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WATCH: ‘Poop Song’ helps with potty training children

Having trouble with potty training your child? Maybe all you need is a good inspirational song.

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