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Dealing With Divorce During The Holidays
It can be difficult for kids to cope with the divorce of their parents at any time of year, but the holidays can be especially challenging (read the story...)

Are You Really Hungry?
Teaching kids to trust their eating styles (read the story...)

The Next Course
Ronni Soled’s New Mothers Luncheons has merged with Laura Deutsch’s Baby Bites NYC, to cover the waterfront with four luncheons a week at baby-friendly restaurants throughout the city. (read the story...)

Music Man
What delights Wynton Marsalis? A group of 4-year-olds, jamming. (read the story...)

Depression or Just the Blues?
My 10-year-old seems very sad much of the time. How can I tell if she is really depressed or just feeling low? (read the story...)

The Way Back to Self: a parent’s guide
One of the greatest dangers of parenting is losing yourself and forgetting who you are and what was once important to you. (read the story...)

How Dangerous is the World for our Children?
Are we better safe than sorry? This was the question addressed by participants when NY Metro Parents co-sponsored a public forum with The NY Salon and the Rose & Erwin Wolfson Center for National Affairs at the New School. (read the story...)

Slings Made Easier
Slings in the City, a group devoted to baby-wearing, is the brainchild of Queens mom Bianca Fehn. (read the story...)

10 Great Ways To Help Your Toddler Become A Star Student
While parents are busy helping their school age children during the academic year, younger siblings often find themselves out of the spotlight. (read the story...)

Do your kids have the real-world skills...
...they need to succeed? (read the story...)

SOS – Save our Spinach
Just when my 8-year-old started to eat spinach, the tender, baby leaves that come in bags, it was pulled off the shelves by the E. coli scare. (read the story...)

Are You a “Yes” Parent?
Admit it: How often do you really say “NO” (and mean it)? (read the story...)

Kimora Lee Simmons: The Life of a Hip-Hop Mom
Some famous parents shelter their kids, but Kimora Lee Simmons, mother of Ming Lee, 6 and Aoki Lee, 4 (and wife of hip-hop mogul/entrepreneur Russell Simmons), embraces the limelight. (read the story...)

Immunize To Protect Your Child’s Health
Why does my baby need to be immunized for polio? Does that disease still exist? (read the story...)

Extreme Play at CMOM!
Learning through play is one of the basic tenets of the Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM), a concept that reaches its fullest expression at the new permanent exhibit, PlayWorks. (read the story...)

Forest Hills Moms Unite, and Give Back
After giving birth to her daughter, Jennifer Kampermann reached out to meet other moms, both for the camaraderie and to keep her business skills sharp. (read the story...)

Great Hair Day!
Feel strand-ed when it comes to styling your child’s hair? (read the story...)

The wheeze, or constant cough …
... that might NOT be asthma (read the story...)

The World’s a Stage—on a Brooklyn Campus
Not all kids are ready for full-length theatrical performances, but exposing kids regularly to family-friendly productions helps. (read the story...)

The Buzz: Latest Tips & Trends for Parents
Latest Tips & Trends for Parents (read the story...)

Family Overload!
Fight the Pressure to Over-Schedule: 10 Tips to Take Back Your Family and kids (read the story...)

NICK. JR. needs kids for a focus group on 9/28/06 and 10/4/06!
(read the story...)

Let’s Re-do Lunch!
The food aisles are stocked to the rafters with lunchbox treats — individually packed granola bars, pudding cups, juice boxes. And while parents have recently been taking a hard look at what we’re putting into our kids’ stomachs, it’s time to think, too, about what we’re putting into our planet’s system. (read the story...)

Raising Kids Bilingually
Studies have shown that early exposure to more than one language helps children outperform their peers in intellectual and communication skills. (read the story...)

Words & Thoughts for Healing
Facing the issue of death as a parent can be a daunting task. Not only are you dealing with your own emotions, you also have to try to figure out how to explain the issue to your child without skipping a beat. New York-based author Ellen Sabin has come up with a way to help make the process a little easier. (read the story...)


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