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Sometimes, finding a nanny isn't easy.

I was a nanny for 5 years — here are the only questions parents should ask during the interview

When it comes to hiring someone to look after your children, being vague won't help you in the long run. Get specific and borrow these questions when it comes time to interview your next babysitter or nanny.
The author and his daughter.

5 mistakes I made when I had my second child, and how to avoid them

Here are five mistakes I made before our second child was born and some tips to help you avoid doing the same.
The author and his family.

The 6 smartest things I did before I had my first child

Here are six parenting tips to take heed of before having your first child, courtesy of a father of two.
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15 things I wish I knew before becoming a dad

When it comes to children, the only certain things about them is that they’ll cry, they’ll poop and repeat.
Navigating screen time for toddlers is a contentious topic among researchers and parents alike.

How much should toddlers use smartphones, tablets, and other screens? This pocket guide could help.

The glow of portable electronics is irresistible to infants and toddlers, but many parents aren't sure how to manage young kids' screen time. So we took the latest scientific research, official guidelines, and advice from childhood development experts to create this handy pocket guide.
Bill Gates and Melinda Gates with their eldest daughter Jennifer in New York on September 20, 2017.

Bill Gates is raising his children according to a 1970s ‘Love and Logic’ formula — here are his top tips for grooming successful kid...

Bill Gates says his wife Melinda probably does 80% of the parenting work in their household, but the two philanthropists model their approach on a decades-old approach called 'Love and Logic' that emphasizes emotional control and getting kids to solve their own problems.
Navigating screen time for toddlers is a contentious topic among researchers and parents alike.

Smartphones horrified me as a new parent — here’s why I stopped worrying and learned to embrace kids’ tech-filled futures

Smartphones and tablets are irresistible to children, but it's unclear how they affect brain development. New research suggests some surprising benefits.

3 ‘tried and tested tips’ for traveling with kids

Taking young kids on a trip can be stressful. Use these strategies for some smooth sailing.

A psychologist says parents of healthy kids have these 10 things in common

Dr. Catherine Steiner-Adair identifies key things many parents get wrong in helping their kids learn healthy eating, and suggests ways to change them.