By David Lesser
A good tattoo parlor is maintained to exacting standards with well-trained, certified professionals — not minimum-wage earners at the mall — so get your kid’s ears pierced the right way.
My wife and I have noticed the more time my son interacts with his devices, the more difficult it is for him to control his negative impulses.
Filed Under: technology
Common among parenting mistakes is giving too many choices. When I was growing up, my parents gave me one choice: sit down and shut up.
The Reduced Shakespeare Company runs with the idea that the Bard’s plays repeat many plot elements and all shared the same universe with each other, like Marvel Comics’ movies do.
‘Mommy Burnout’ author and psychologist Sheryl Ziegler appears on the Modern Dads Podcast how to discuss strategies for so moms and dads can avoid parental burnout as they navigate between work, life and child care.
By James Lopez
Lego Live NYC was a massive three-day event of building, learning to build and flat-out playtime for young and old with the world’s most popular plastic brick.
By Niel Vuolo
Legos, STEM games and licensed characters were everywhere at last week’s annual New York Toy Fair as we went looking for the next big thing.
Filed Under: toys
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