Danielle Lindner is a children’s book author and founder and CEO of The London Day School. Here she answers questions about political anxiety and children.
Hilaria Baldwin is a yoga instructor, health guru, wife, and mother. Her recent book The Living Clearly Method lays out five principles for moving through our lives consciously and positively.
Meet the 'MasterChef Junior' Season 5 contestants who hail from the New York metro area, including Cydney from Brooklyn, Donovan from Brooklyn, Eddie from Manhattan, and Gonzalo from Queens.
Laurie Hollman Ph. D. is a psychoanalyst who recently wrote the book Unlocking Parental Intelligence.
Ruby Shamir is the co-author of the book "What's The Big Deal About First Ladies." Here she answers our questions about the book and relays some interesting facts about America's first ladies.
Ilana Wiles is the creator of the successful parenting blog, Mommy Shorts. She recently wrote The Mommy Shorts Guide to Remarkably Average Parenting.
Risa Klein is a certified nurse midwife with an office on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. She was the “birth consultant” for the feature films Baby Mama and Laze.
Marie Kondo is an organizing guru, founder of the KonMari method, and author of the New York Times best-sellers "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" and "Spark Joy."
For Anthony Iapoce, the job of his dreams means living apart from his wife and kids for much of the year. The couple tells us how they make it work.
Ron Lieber is the “Your Money” columnist for The New York Times and an award-winning journalist. He recently published The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money.
Meet the New York metro area kids who competed on the premiere season of 'Food Network Star Kids': Lexi S. from Port Chester, Salvatore S. from Staten Island, and Sammy V. from the Bronx.
Walker Lamond’s first book, Rules for My Unborn Son was based on his blog of a similar name. He recently released a follow-up, Rules for My Newborn Daughter, in which he shares hilarious “pearls of wisdom” such as, “Don’t pawn your grandmother’s jewelry” and “Practice safe selfies.”
Allyson Downey, co-founder of weeSpring, shares her advice for advancing your career while raising children.
We chatted with Tamera Mowry-Housley about work-life balance, family dinners, and dealing with picky eaters.
Pediatric neurologist and NYC mom Maya Shetreat-Klein, M.D., wrote The Dirt Cure: Growing Healthy Kids with Food Straight from Soil to help families learn to use fresh foods and nature to heal children from the inside out.
Arianna Huffington talks with us about The Huffington Post's new web series 'Talk to Me.'
Katie Workman is the author of the cookbooks The Mom 100 and Dinner Solved!, which help parents navigate their kitchens to create great meals for the whole family.
You’ve planned and paid for a birthday party that reflects your child’s passions and interests, chosen a cake the flavor she loves, and generally made sure everyone would have a fun afternoon. Do all the guests also need to go home with a goody bag or other party favor?
At their own birthday parties, kids may find it difficult to focus on whether their friends are having fun. Preparing your child to be a good host can help everyone enjoy the day.
Music teacher, Carolyn Sloan, wrote an interactive book called, Welcome to the Symphony, which uses Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5., to introduce children to the world of classical music.
Raffi has released a new album called, Owl Singalong. We talk to him about the album and his lasting impact on children over the years.
Sharon Marcus is a New York mom and founder of The Book Blossoms, a book club for kids where children can discover a love of reading by using their creativity.
Mental health professionals Michael O. Weiner, LCSW, and Les Paul Gallo-Silver, LCSW-R, BC-HSP, set out to demystify the therapy process for you and your child.
Every child has his or her own special strengths. Here’s how to focus on what makes your child unique.
Alfie Kohn, an expert on parenting and education, offers tips for parents who are looking for a different way to discipline their kids.