parenting

How to Talk to Kids about Homelessness

As of 2019, more than half a million people experienced homelessness in the United States, according to the Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress. As a parent, you want to protect…

Learning Beyond the Classroom

The U.S. Census Bureau notes that rates of homeschooling as a primary instructional method for school-age children skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, likely due to ever-changing restrictions and familial decisions.…

Parent You Should Know: Jessica Kartalija

Jessica Kartalija is a CBS Philly (CBS3, KYW-TV) news anchor. Originally from San Diego, California, she has lived and worked in the Philadelphia area since 2001. She lives in Wayne, Philadelphia with…

How to Have a Joyful Home

Curating joy in our life matters. It is more important than ever for parents to be intentional about creating experiences of joy for themselves and help their kids experience more of…

Why Do You Mix Up Your Kids' Names?

We’ve all done it: In a moment of multitasking, like putting away groceries, wrangling a toddler, and trying to plan dinner — or just a brainless moment when you’re not really doing anything — you try to yell out a…

One-Stop Pediatric Care

Physical and mental health impact one another and recently, there’s been a move to patient-centered pediatric care. For children experiencing anxiety, behavior problems or more significant mental disorders each year, timely access to a mental health professional can alleviate a serious issue.