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How To Help Your Kid Make New Friends

If you know Oak Cliff, you know that the community is tighter than your favorite pair of skinny jeans. We’re talking a your-neighbor-knows-your-kids’-names-and-your-mom’s-name type of community….

Teaching Kids to Think for Themselves

Most brain development in children happens before the age of 3. So parents are encouraged to actively engage in their child’s initial touching, talking, reading and playing experiences, which leads to successful parent-guided parent-child collaborations in the future. That’s right: The molding of good decision makers starts at infancy and grows from there.

How to Stepparent

Blended families are becoming a new norm and taking on the position of stepparent is no easy feat. We spoke with experts to get advice on handling the tricky role of stepparent.

Peeping Mom

Monitoring children has been a hotly contested topic in recent years with the introduction of apps and software that let parents keep tabs on, well, everything their child does. Some classify this as parenting; others (like myself) look at it as an invasion of privacy that might actually do more harm than good.